Kate Middleton's Tiara Has Such a Touching Backstory

Kate Middleton's Tiara Has Such a Touching Backstory

The fit-for-a-princess headpiece has been in the family for ages.

For someone with a royal title, Kate Middleton doesn't wear many tiaras. But, the down-to-earth princess made an exception for the Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace. She wore a striking, red Jenny Packham dress (one that she's worn before!) and an even more strking accessory. In fact, you may recongize this tiara from somewhere:

It's the same one that Princess Diana wore to many occasions. (Sigh. We'll love her forever.) Called the Cambridge Lover's Knot, the pearl-studded headpiece has been in the family for ages. According to People, the piece was orignially comissioned by Queen Mary around 1914, and it comes from the court jeweler Garrard

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