Ashley Graham Shares the One Rule Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner Made for Their Wedding Guests

Ashley Graham Shares the One Rule Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner Made for Their Wedding Guests

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While it's still TBD as to whether or not Taylor Swift was in attendance at Karlie Kloss's wedding last week, that doesn't mean the 80-person event didn't have its fair share of A-list guests. One in particular? Ashley Graham, who recently gushed to Andy Cohen about just how beautiful her fellow model's big day was.

“It was fantastic. She was so beautiful-and so happy,” Graham told Cohen during Monday's episode of his Sirius XM radio show, Andy Cohen Live. “It was my first Jewish wedding.”

Kloss, who reportedly converted to Judaism in June, wed Joshua Kushner in upstate New York on Friday, October 19. “He's so sweet and kind,” Graham said of her fellow model's now husband. “They're both just sweet, genuine, and kind people, and I'm so happy for both of them.”

When Cohen asked about Swift's attendance at her friend's nuptials, Graham chose to keep coy. “I'm not telling you anything,” she said, also revealing it was apparently a no-phone zone for guests. “They took our phones. It was like that. And I actually kind of love that idea. I think if I were to get married again I would totally do the take-the-phone-and-confiscate-it thing,” said Graham, who married Justin Ervin in 2010.

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The newlyweds announced their engagement in July, and Kloss shocked fans last week by sharing the news of their wedding only three months after showing off her engagement ring. She opted for a long-sleeve Dior gown for the outdoor affair, and ended the night with some 2 a.m. wedding cake. And on Monday, she and Kushner continued the celebration with a 48-hour "minimoon" on an island.