Duchess of Cambridge's sparkling diamond tiaras

The Duchess of Cambridge wore three different types of Tiara for her royal duties as State Banquets, Diplomatic Receptions or Gala Dinners since she joined the British Royal Family. The Tiaras were loaned to Kate from Queen Elizabeth's collection for the events that required to wear a Tiara according to the Royal Protocol. The first Tiara Kate Middleton wore on April 11, 2011 for the Royal Wedding with Prince William is the Cartier Halo Tiara.


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The tiara is set in platinum and has about 1000 white diamonds in total. This tiara was made by Cartier for the Queen Mother and then was given to the future Queen Elizabeth on her 18th birthday. Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images

In December 2013 for the annual Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace, the Duchess of Cambridge wore the Lotus Flower Tiara also called the Papyrus Tiara. This tiara which originally was a necklace belonged to the Queen Mother and was often worn by Princess Margaret, is made with diamonds and pearls. The Duchess of Cambridge wore this tiara also in October 2015 for the Chinese President State Dinner at Buckingham Palace.
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Then since December 2015 until today the Duchess of Cambridge has worn only the Lover's Knot Tiara for the Diplomatic Receptions and State Dinners. This tiara was the Princess Diana's favorite tiara and this is a clear tribute to her late mother in law, Princess Diana.

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The tiara is made of white pearls and diamonds and today is called also the Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara as it is frequently worn by the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate wore this tiara again in December 2016 for the annual Diplomatic Reception, in July 2017 for the State Reception in honour of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain at Buckingham Palace, in December 2017 and in October 2018 for the State Dinner in honour of the King and Queen of The Netherlands. Again in December 2018 at the Diplomatic Corps Gala Dinner, and in June 2019 for the US President State Dinner.

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