Royal Wedding: Kate’s Wedding Tiara

Millions tuned in to capture a glimpse into the lives of Royal's William and Kate's wedding day. Many people in the US and Canada started watching the news at midnight until they walked down the isle. Kate looked much like a modern Grace Kelly as she wore a lace gown designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. The lace appliqué on the gown was hand-made by the Royal School of Needlework using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique.  The tiara was loaned to Kate by the Queen for the royal wedding. The tiara was first given to the Queen Mother in 1936, King George VI for his wife just three weeks before he took over the throne from his brother. The tiara was thengiven as a gift to the Princess, (who is now Queen Elizabeth) on her 18th birthday. The tiara doesn't have a monetary value but has been guessed "priceless" given the history of the tiara.  Kate's diamond earrings were designed especially to complement the tiara by jeweler Robinson Pelham, and were a wedding gift to Kate from her parents.   

Check out pictures from People MagazineMy Wedding, Habitually Chic.

Queen Elizabeth's Tiara- Picture From People Magazine

Kate Middleton's Wedding Tiara Replica

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Royal Wedding Kate Middleton's Wedding Tiara- Picture Credit People Magazine

Royal Wedding Kate Middleton's Wedding Tiara Photo Credit People Magazine

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1 comment to Royal Wedding: Kate’s Wedding Tiara

  • Valerie

    I am so excited to be getting Married in Sept.
    I cant wear to wear my replica of the Queens, and Kates Tiara

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