Mark Zuckerberg’s Wife Priscilla Chan Stuns In Three Looks, But Lost Her Favorite Thing

Geeta Kumar
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Priscilla Chan Wardrobe At Ambani Function

It would not be wrong to say that when it comes to the Ambani family, nothing can be expected to be ordinary. This is because even the smallest events related to this family are so grand that no one can even think of them, let alone plan them. We are not saying this just like that, but it could be seen in the recent pre-wedding functions of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant.

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Even before the wedding, the Ambani family made this event so special that not only almost all the famous people associated with Bollywood had arrived, but also big personalities from around the world were seen participating in it.

One of them was Facebook-Instagram owner Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. The couple looked beautiful in the three-day event organized for Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant.

The biggest reason for this was that she not only selected her outfit following the party’s theme, but the element of glamour to the drama was visible in her looks, leaving no opportunity to get noticed. Yes, that is a different matter; on the second day of the party, an incident happened with Priscilla Chan, which once again drew people’s attention to her.

How Did Priscilla Chan Look On Her First Day?

On the night of the cocktail party, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, had chosen matching attire for themselves. This powerful couple had selected black, leaving no chance to make them look stylish.


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While Mark Zuckerberg was seen in a pant-suit with gold-tone jewelled dragonfly appliqué, Priscilla Chan wore a body-fitting gown made of viscose and acetate yarn, which was made stunning with Colorado topaz stone and silver crystal appliqué on the rose. Both of their outfits were from British luxury fashion label Alexander McQueen.

Second Day Showed The Oomph Factor

On the second day of the Ambanis’ party, Mark Zuckerberg’s wife, Priscilla Chan, chose a golden-coloured lehenga set from Indian fashion designer Rahul Mishra’s Verdure collection with a unique design. The crop top of this set had ‘kissing cranes’ made in it, and petal detailing was also added.


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Its skirt had shimmery work of golden colour on the upper side, and its lower line had floral embroidery, adding a flamingo touch. Mrs Zuckerberg ditched the dupatta with this set.

Wore Saree On The Third Day

Talking about Priscilla Chan’s third look, she chose a beautiful blue saree for herself, which made her look wonderful. This overall piece was designed in see-through fabric with a shimmery pattern blouse.


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This saree had a floral design made with silk threads, which had cutwork from the border to the hemline. To complete her look, Priscilla Chan wore a diamond-studded neckpiece with bangles in her hands.

But The Necklace Got Lost Here

There is no doubt that Priscilla Chan not only looked stunning every day at Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s pre-wedding functions, but the perfect mix of glamour and tradition she served was also amazing. However, according to a report in Bollywood Shaadis, it was revealed that on the second day of Ambani’s party, Zuckerberg’s wife Priscilla Chan had lost her precious pendant, after which there was chaos in the entire party.

This pendant was very close to Priscilla. A total of 3.5 hours were spent searching for this pendant but to no avail. We are very sad about the loss of Priscilla Chan, but she would indeed have looked quite beautiful even without jewellery.

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By Geeta Kumar Journalist and Digital Marketing Expert
Geeta is responsible for creating video content for News Waker's website and social media channels. She also covers breaking news and events, and is skilled at capturing essential moments on camera.