Kate Middleton wore Princess Diana’s signature tiara for the second time. Last night the wife of Prince William lighted up the dinner with her exquisite and elegant look.
Duchess Kate, despite having been married into the royal family for more than five years, wears tiara not so often. According to the Buckingham Palace chronics, this is only the fifth time Kate has worn a tiara.
Last night, at a glittering diplomatic reception, the 34-year-old royal looked stunning in the Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara which was given to Diana by the Queen as a wedding present in 1981.
Kate wore the vibrant red gown by Jenny Packham, which she paired with the sparkling diamond earrings. Every year, the royal family attends at the event honouring Britain’s diplomatic community at Buckingham Palace.
Kate Middleton wore this tiara first was on her wedding day when she selected the understated Cartier Halo headpiece. In 2013, Kate attended the diplomatic reception wearing the Lotus Flower Tiara, the next time was in 2015. Then Kate wore this headpiece for the banquet during the Chinese State Visit.
Prince William was dressed in White Tie, and as a Knight of the Garter was wearing The Order of the Garter, with Garter sash and knee breeches.
Queen Elizabeth II looked serene in a sapphire and diamond tiara, and bracelet; sapphire necklace and earrings dress by Angela Kelly dress and Garter sash. Her Majesty’s husband Prince Philip wore white tie and, as a Knight of the Garter, The Order of the Garter, with Garter sash and knee breeches.
Kate Middleton has previously worn some stunning jewels from the Queen’s jewellery boxes. The most notable piece was the diamond-encrusted maple leaf brooch for both tours of Canada, but people always get excited about seeing Duchess of Cambridge wearing a tiara.