On Tuesday, the stage was set for the first state banquet during King Charles’ reign as regent of Great Britain, when the president of South Africa visited the country.
Princess Kate, 40, may have caused many people to open their eyes when she arrived at the banquet.
For Se og Hør’s royal house expert, Caroline Fagel, Dagbladet can tell there are high expectations for what Princess Kate’s tiara she’ll wear for the occasion — especially if she wants to use some of Queen Elizabeth’s jewels.
Kate chose the famous “Lover’s Knot” tiara. The Princess of Wales wrote that this was the first time she had worn the tiara People.
Fagel says she has used it before.
It was a wedding gift for her mother-in-law, Diana, in 1981, and it has become one of her favourites. It seems the same is true of Kate! Made by Garrard in 1913 or 1914, the tiara is also the favorite jewelry of the Norwegian royal family, says Fagel.
Known for her elegant style, the British princess is constantly praised for her clothing choices. This banquet was no exception.
– As usual, Kate stole the show with a beautiful creation that perfectly matched the tiara, says the royal expert and adds:
Actually, it’s a wedding dress! At least it can be used like that, and it’s on wedding dress designer Jenny Packham’s Instagram account.
It wasn’t just Kate who had high expectations. People also waited impatiently to see what Queen Camilla chose (75).
Camilla lived up to expectations, showing up with Queen Elizabeth’s sapphire tiara.
This is the first time that the new queen wears the crown of the late Queen Elizabeth with her accompanying jewelry, according to what was written. People.
Though she ditched matching earrings, the jewels are called the “King George VI Victorian Suite,” People writes.
Queen Elizabeth received the set from her father as a wedding gift in 1947, and the jewelry is said to date from the mid-19th century.
This is the first time in nearly three years that members of the British royal family have worn a crown. Due to the Corona pandemic, no state visits have been arranged since Donald Trump’s visit to the United Kingdom in 2019.
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