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


Kate Middleton opted for "something borrowed" when it came time to pick her wedding day headpiece – a 1936 Cartier halo tiara owned by Queen Elizabeth. Originally purchased by King George VI for the Queen Mother, the tiara was given to the Queen on her 18th birthday, and in turn, loaned to the bride for her April 29 nuptials.