Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is often celebrated for her relatable fashion choices. The lovely princess has no problem repeating outfits or wearing affordable street brands. While we think she’s always regal no matter what she wears, we live for the moments when she embraces her title and goes on full princess mode.
For some reason, Kate is not a big fan of tiaras — she’s only donned a sparkly headpiece four times since she wed Prince William. But, at the recent Diplomatic Reception held at the Buckingham Palace, Princess Kate donned the Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara — a beautiful piece that was a wedding gift from the Queen to the beloved Princess Diana.
The iconic crown features a stunning mix of diamonds and pearls, which was designed by Queen Mary in 1914. Kate paired the tiara with a fiery red gown from Jenny Packham.
Kate wore the Lover’s Knot tiara for the first time last year at the same Diplomatic event. Last time, she paired it with a gorgeous McQueen Gown.
It was a year ago today we saw the Duchess wearing the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara with her McQueen gown at the Diplomatic reception. pic.twitter.com/EXZtVlsTyA
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