When Kate Middleton becomes a princess on her wedding day planned to take place on April 29 at Westminster Abbey, she will wear one of the most beautiful and renowned tiaras in the world. Many British bet that Kate Middleton would wear the Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara which was designed in 1913 and used to be worn by Princess Diana as a wedding present from Queen Elizabeth II in 1981. On this occasion, let’s see some most mentioned tiaras in the world.
The Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden) is a gift from Napoleon to Empress Josephine of France. This bridal crown features plenty of pearls and seven cameos which describe mythological figures such as Cupid and Psyche.
Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden)
Burmese Ruby Tiara (Britain) features rubies from the tiara that the people of Burma gave Queen Elizabeth II as a wedding present in 1947. These rubies were believed to protect the owner from evil and poor health
The Royal Tiara of Malaysia has been called as Gandik Diraja. It was made from platinum with a large crescent and star at its center.
Pearl Poiré Tiara (Denmark) is considered as one of the most beautiful headgears worn by Queen Margrethe II. The tiara which consists of 18 pear-shaped pearls was made in 1985
Kokoshnik Tiara (Britain) was requested by Queen Alexandra in 1888. The tiara which consists of 488 diamonds was inspired from the peasants of Russia.
The Mellerio Floral Tiara (Spain) was designed by the House of Mellerio in 1962. It was a gift from the Spanish people to Princess Sofia at her marriage to Don Juan Carlos.
The Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara (Britain) was designed by Garrard's in 1913. It was given to Princess Diana from Queen Elizabeth II as a wedding present in 1981.
The Boucheron Bracelet Tiara of Queen Raina of Jordan looks simple but elegant. It is so interesting that this headpiece can also be used as a bracelet