The Royals

Royal Tiaras Fit for a Queen

What's a Diamond Jubilee celebration without diamonds? Feast your eyes on the stunning headpieces from the monarch's collection


To celebrate her Diamond Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II has allowed some of her prized jewels to be displayed at Buckingham Palace starting June 30, including the Diamond Diadem, originally created in 1821 for King George IV. A favorite of the Queen's, the stately crown features roses, thistles and shamrocks – the symbols of England, Scotland and Ireland.