On Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, with Kate decked out in a low-cut pink Marchesa gown, a diamond-and-ruby necklace borrowed from Queen Elizabeth, and Diana’s pearl-and-diamond tiara — a wedding gift from the queen when Diana married her son Prince Charles.
I wish there were more photos from tonight, but enjoy this one of what I like to call Kate's "resting regal face". Her GORGEOUS dress is by @marchesafashion. This whole look is a winner in my book!! I love the color, the lace, the sleeves, THE JEWELS! #duchessofcambridge #katemiddleton
A post shared by HRH the Duchess of Cambridge (@royalkmiddleton) on Jul 12, 2017 at 3:10pm PDT
The tiara, known as the Cambridge Lover’s Knot, is a family heirloom from 1914. According to the Mirror, the jewels are so heavy that Diana got headaches from wearing the piece.
The duchess first wore a glittering headpiece during her 2011 wedding to Prince William, and then in 2013 to a white-tie reception. In 2015, she wore one to attend a state banquet and then one month later to the Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace. And we last spotted Kate in a tiara in a family photograph taken in December.
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