Kate Middleton Shines in Rare Tiara at State Banquet

The tiara is arguably the best part about being a princess, and Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, certainly knows how to rock it.

Recently, she attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, donning a white Jenny Packham gown and rare diamonds.

However, it was the historic Strathmore Rose Tiara that stole the show.

This tiara, reportedly unseen on a royal head in almost a century, was given to the Queen Mother as a wedding present in 1923.

Kate Middleton rescued it from the vault and wore it braided into her hair, showcasing her elegant style.

While she opted for a classic look, some wish she had worn it in a bolder, flapper-style over the forehead.

With any luck, this tiara will become a regular part of Kate’s rotation alongside other iconic pieces like the Queen Mary’s Lover’s Knot and the Lotus Flower..

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