without her tiara, and Kate Middleton (opens in new tab) appears to be prepared to wear hers at any costs.
One of The Firm’s most well-known relics, Kate Middleton’s favourite tiara was presented to Princess Diana as a wedding present and has been a part of the family for more than a century.
Despite its attractiveness, a famous stylist has said that many people who have worn it have had unpleasant adverse effects.
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No ensemble is complete without a dazzling tiara to balance atop your perfectly coiffed hairstyle, whether you’re dressing up as a princess for Halloween or you’re fortunate enough to really be one.
The royal family has a sizable collection of pricey crowns and tiaras that have been handed down through the ages as heirlooms and worn by a variety of ladies over centuries.
The favourite tiara of Kate Middleton, seen wearing it several times, has a distinguished past as well as some unpleasant side effects.
Miranda Holder, a celebrity stylist and fashion consultant, shared some exclusive information about Kate’s go-to headpiece on TikTok under the handle @themirandaholder (opens in new tab).
Holder told her fans that the Lover’s Knot Tiara, one of the “most famous royal tiaras of all time,” is Kate Middleton’s favourite tiara. She said, “In 1914, Queen Mary had the renowned Lover’s Knot Tiara made for her. It is made up of 19 dangling pearls and glistening diamonds that are placed in silver and gold. The tiara’s estimated value ranges from $2 million to $3 million.
The tiara was passed down to Queen Elizabeth, who later presented it to her daughter-in-law Princess Diana. Princess Diana is credited with making the tiara renowned as a tiara. The Lover’s Knot Tiara rose to prominence thanks to Diana as one of the most recognisable pieces of royal jewellery.
Princess Diana adored the tiara and was often seen wearing it, but by the end of the night, the headpiece started to have some unpleasant side effects. According to Holder, Diana used to get awful headaches from wearing it since it was so heavy.
The Lover’s Knot Tiara is also claimed to make a lot of noise because to the dangling pear-shaped pearls that move about and bump into the rest of the tiara, adding to the headache that results. Despite these drawbacks, Kate Middleton strongly regards this work as her favourite due to its stunning beauty and endearing history.