While Wills and Kate dropped $34 million, which included security, Yeung and her husband spent a whopping $31 million on their Oct. 9 nuptials.
And forget a shot glass: Those who attended the wedding (all 2,000 of them) went home with a cell phone, according to BuzzFeed.
The wedding took place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center, where the inside was adorned with purple lighting, monograms of their initials, flowers and chandeliers. Yeung and husband Huang Xiaoming also had holographic castles and a 10-foot-tall wedding cake.
Her dress, which took four months to make according to Forbes, was made by Dior and constructed with 115 feet of organza, tulle and size and adorned with almost 100 Chantilly lace roses cut by hand. She topped off the look with a $1.5 million Chaumet ring made of a 5-carat pear-shaped center stone and .5-carats in brilliant cut rocks surrounding it.
The wedding comes after the actress was forced by a judge to prove that she didn't have plastic surgery. Yeung -- who is suing a Chinese magazine for saying she had enhancement — had her husband defend her "purity."
"I'm not an idiot. I definitely can tell she hasn't had plastic surgery. Sometimes she doesn't put on makeup, and she really looks like those ugly pictures of her," he said. A doctor later confirmed she was "authentic."
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