Published On: Thu, Dec 12th, 2019

Kate Middleton tiara: The special significance of tiara Duchess wore to Palace event


Kate, Duchess of Cambridge cut a regal figure as she stepped out for a special reception at Buckingham Palace last night. The stylish Duchess shone in a navy blue Alexander McQueen gown paired with sparkling accessories. As well as Kate’s dazzling diamond necklace and earrings, her bejewelled headpiece caught people’s eye.

The special significance behind Kate’s tiara

Kate wore the famous Lover’s Knot tiara to last night’s evening reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps.

The Lover’s Knot tiara is part of the Royal jewellery collection and was first given to Princess Diana as a wedding gift from the Queen in 1981.

The elegant diamond and pearl headpiece has been worn by Kate for several state events over the years.

READ MORE: Kate Middleton wears Diana tiara – loans £70m diamond necklace

The special title can only be given at bequest of the Queen and is a mark of her growing respect for her granddaughter-in-law.

The special title means Kate has the letters GCVO after her name.

Other senior royals to have the title include Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and royal favourite Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

When Prince William becomes King Kate will receive a new title and become Queen Consort.



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