Meghan Markle's Wedding Tiara Was Loaned by the Queen, and It's Absolutely Stunning
Update: Ever since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's engagement was announced, we've has been wondering which tiara Meghan will wear on her big day. The stunning bride ended up wearing Queen Mary's diamond tiara, which was lent to her for the wedding. The gorgeous diamond bandeau was made in 1932 and it features a beautiful center brooch that dates even further back to 1893. The brooch itself was gifted to then-Princess Mary in 1893 by the County of Lincoln on her marriage to Prince George, Duke of York, before both the brooch and the crown were bequeathed to Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Read on to see Meghan's beautiful wedding tiara as well as what other royals have worn in the past.
Original Post: As more information gets released daily regarding the details of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's big day, we're still wondering what tiara the future princess will wear. The royal jewels and tiaras are a big deal, and with each royal wedding from Kate Middleton, Princess Diana, Princess Margaret, and even Queen Elizabeth, each bride has sported a different look. There is no official protocol on if a tiara must be worn, but the style has been making a comeback on the wedding circuit — even Pippa Middleton wore one on her big day.
The hype is mounting as to what Megan will wear, so we wanted to take you on a trip down tiara memory lane to highlight the ones that have been worn by the royal ladies in the past and offer up some of our predictions!
— Additional reporting by Nikita Ramsinghani