18 Royal Tiaras That Make Me Want To Be A Princess

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The Opening of Parliament is an occasion that calls for more than one stunning crown.

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During the speech given at the Opening of Parliament, the ruling monarch will wear the Imperial State Crown. But heading to and from the ceremony, Queen Elizabeth usually rocks this stunning piece from her collection of royal tiaras. The King George IV Diamond Diadem was made in 1820 by Rundell, Bridge, and Rundell. Today, the crown is only worn by British queens, but it was actually made for a king. It’s made of silver, gold, diamonds, and pearls, amd features four crosses pattée alternating with four bouquets of roses, shamrocks, and thistles. It’s been worn be every modern queen, and can be worn for official state events as well as “non-state” events.

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