British Royal Crown Princess Catherine attends state banquet in a luminous cape dress! Wearing a tiara worn by Queen Elizabeth and Princess Diana


Last Updated on 11/24/2022 by てんしょく飯


British royal Kate Middleton attended her first state banquet as Princess of Wales in an outfit honoring the late Queen Elizabeth and Princess Diana.



Attending the State Banquet in a luminous cape dress

Kate (Crown Princess Catherine), who inherited Diana’s former title upon Prince Charles’ accession to the throne in September, recently shared a meal with the royal family at Buckingham Palace with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, who was on an official visit to the UK.


According to Rebecca English, the Daily Mail’s royal editor, Crown Princess Catherine wore a sparkling cape dress by Jenny Packham, a tiara once worn by Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, as well as a bracelet and a bracelet owned by Queen Elizabeth II. bracelet and earrings that belonged to Princess Diana.



Crown Princess Catherine also wore the Royal Family Order (a badge worn by the royal family at official events).


According to Town & Country, the tiara worn by Crown Princess Catherine was designed in 1914 for Queen Mary using pearls and diamonds already owned by her family. It was worn at numerous official functions throughout the 1950s.


It is believed that the tiara was loaned to Princess Diana by the Queen after her marriage to Charles in 1981, Town & Country adds, and she has been photographed wearing it on many occasions, including a visit to Hong Kong in 1989.


Crown Princess Catherine has worn these traditional tiaras. We may see her wearing this tiara in the future.