There are a lot of rules about what the royal family can and can’t wear. Fascinators are a must for women for most fancy events, young princes never wear pants, and ladies aren’t allowed to wear tiaras until they get married. Once they’re set to walk down the aisle, though, some sort of bejeweled headwear must feature in their wedding day ensemble.
Some of the tiaras that royal brides have chosen to wear over the years have been passed down from generation to generation. Other royal tiaras make appearances at state dinners and events. Keep reading to see all of the beautiful tiaras that royal women have worn.
Queen Elizabeth II Has More Precious Jewel Tiaras Than Anybody In The World
Queen Elizabeth II is now the longest-ruling monarch of the British Commonwealth. She rose to power in 1952 after her father, King George VI died. Because she’s been around for so long, she’s been able to collect quite a large number of gorgeous, bejeweled tiaras.
On her wedding day in 1947, Queen Elizabeth II wore a diamond tiara that once belonged to her grandmother, Queen Mary. Elizabeth married Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and the pair are still together to this day.
Read on to learn about the tiara that Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall chose for her first banquet as a member of the royal family.