Queen Allowed Sarah Ferguson To Keep Her York Tiara, But Didn't Do The Same Gesture To Kate Middleton
June 24, 2019 16:11
Wearing a tiara for the nuptials is an old English tradition in court circles and a dream for many females. The Queen allowed Sarah Ferguson to keep her wedding tiara while refusing to do the same for Kate Middleton. Why?
Kate Middleton's Halo tiara was first created by Cartier in 1936 and bought by King George VI as a gift for his wife, Queen Elizabeth. The jewelry is full of platinum adornments, rectangular gems, a round brilliant in the center of the tiara, and nearly 1,000 cut diamonds in total.