18 Royal Tiaras That Make Me Want To Be A Princess
Tiara, or massive crown? Either way, definitely a stunner.
The Imperial State Crown is, arguably, the most iconic and recognizable piece of the royal jewel collection. The crown is one of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, and is worn by monarchs after their coronation and is used during the Opening of Parliament. The current crown was made in 1937, and has a whopping 2,901 precious stones. The Cullinan II diamond, the St. Edward’s Sapphire, the Stuart Sapphire, and the Black Prince’s Ruby all adorn the ornate crown. The last Opening of Parliament took place in 2017, so we haven’t seen the crown out and about in almost two years. But because it’s part of the collection of crown jewels, the crown is on display at the Tower of London.