Poppy Delevingne places Instagram ban on wedding

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Click on the photos below to see all of Poppy's hen do pictures...

Poppy Delevingne has kept all her fans updated on Instagram by documenting her multiple hen dos – one in London, one in Coachella and a send-off macaroon party from Chanel– with her famous friends.

So it may come as a shock that the bride-to-be has put a social media ban on her civil wedding to fiancé James Cook in London and the blessing of the marriage in Morocco.


"Poppy and James want it to be private and no one can post any pictures," Chloe, the eldest of the Delevingne sisters, told the Daily Mail.

Photographs of the ceremony will be published in monthly glossy Porter. The magazine is said to be not paying for the picture rights, but providing freebies for the bride and guests instead.

Poppy's first hen do was in London and she spent it with famous friends including Alexa Chung, Harry Styles, Sienna Miller, Jaime Winstone and Georgia May Jagger.



There was lots of dressing up and everybody got into the '90s theme with Poppy dressing as Alabama from the movie True Romance, Sienna recreating the character Patsy from Absolutely Fabulous and best pals Harry Styles and Nick Grimshaw donning blonde wigs as 90s pop icons, Hanson.

To celebrate her impending nuptials, there were themed cupcakes, personalised love heart sweets and life-size cut outs of the bride and groom. The festivities began at the exclusive Groucho Club in Soho and later continued at the Edition Hotel.

Several months later, Poppy celebrated getting married a second time with a hen do in Coachella.

The model sunned herself and sipped cocktails with sister Cara and best friends Sienna and Mary Charteris. She even renamed the festival in her honour, to Popchella.

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