Princess of Wales wears new tiara for state banquet

princess of wales strathmore rose tiara(Screenshot/Fair Use)

The Princess of Wales has pulled a tiara from the vault which hadn’t been seen in a decade.

She wore the Strathmore Tiara, which was given to the future Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother by her father, Claude Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, upon her marriage to the then Duke of York in 1923, for the state banquet for the President and First Lady of Korea.

Queen Camilla also didn’t disappoint, as she wore the Burmese Ruby Tiara.

The Princess Royal wore the Diamond Festoon Tiara.

The Duchess of Gloucester wore Princess Alice’s diamond and emerald bandeau.

The Duchess of Edinburgh wore the Wessex Aquamarine Necklace Tiara.

The three-day state visit of the President and First Lady of Korea will end on 23 November.


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