What tiara is Kate Middleton's favorite

Kate Middleton wowed in the late Princess Diana's favorite tiara at the state banquet with Donald Trump

Jun 07, 2019 by apost team

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, rocked the famous Lover's Knot Tiara, a favorite of the late Princess Diana, for the State Dinner on Monday at Buckingham Palace. U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were guests of honor for the royal occasion, but it was Kate Middleton's cast that stole the show

When she arrived with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin by her side, Kate was wearing a white Alexander McQueen dress to dinner. Over the dress was a red, white, blue sash of the Royal Victorian Order, according to etonline.com. Kate added sparkling sapphire and diamond Queen Mother earrings to her look.

But it was Kate's lover's knot tiara that shone all evening.


Also known as the Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara, this crown is one of the most famous tiara used by the British royal family, largely because it was the late Princess Diana's favorite tiara. The last time Kate Middleton wore the tiara was at the Queen's Diplomatic Corps reception in December, according to elle.com. The diadem contains 19 archers and 38 teardrop-shaped pearls, 19 of which are hanging and 19 are standing upright, but which can also be removed

Other dinner participants included Kate's husband Prince William along with Queen Elizabeth ||, Prince Charles, Camilla and Theresa May. Many members of President Trump's family were also in attendance, and Ivanka Trump, Lara Trump and Tiffany Trump were also there for the special occasion well dressed. Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, were not present at the state dinner

Both President Trump and the Queen made speeches that evening about their countries' longstanding alliance. They all expressed the common values ​​and history of their nations and talked about the importance of continuing this coalition

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