“Stunning Matching Crystal Tiaras: Kate and Princess Charlotte Shine Like Royalty”

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Kate Middleton made a stunning appearance at the coronation of her father-in-law, King Charles III. Contradicting earlier reports, she opted for a crystal leaf-embroidered headdress instead of a flower crown. The headpiece, crafted from ingot silver, crystal, and silver thread work, was designed by milliner Jess Collett and Alexander McQueen.

Accompanying the headdress, Kate wore royal robes, including a dark blue Royal Victorian Order mantle edged in scarlet, over an ivory silk crepe Alexander McQueen gown. Her daughter, Princess Charlotte, wore a child’s version of the outfit, complete with a similar crystal headpiece by the same milliner. The eight-year-old also wore an ivory silk crepe Alexander McQueen gown, with cape, featuring embroidery of bullion and silver thread embellishments of roses, thistles, daffodils, and clovers; the emblems of the four nations were also embroidered in ivory satin stitch.

Kate’s earrings were a heartfelt tribute to William’s late mother, as they belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales. She also donned Queen Elizabeth II’s George VI ornament necklace, which the late monarch commissioned for her daughter, Princess Elizabeth, in 1950. The three-strand necklace was constructed with 105 loose diamonds on a necklace, making it a favorite of the late queen.

In 2019, the late Queen Elizabeth appointed Kate as a Dame of the GCVO (Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order), entitling her to wear the Robes of the Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order.

As the world watched in awe, Kate Middleton once again proved herself to be a true fashion icon and a royal with style.

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