The most beautiful crown in history

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According to the old tradition, members of the British royal family are not allowed to wear a crown before they get married. That's why we didn't see Megan markel until the day she married Prince Harry. To celebrate everything about the royal family, we will present the most magnificent crown moment in the history of the British monarchy. We're going to see some of these headdresses repeat over the past few years. After Queen Elizabeth II became the head of the Commonwealth in 1952, her father, King George VI, died. Since then, she has amassed an astonishing amount of headwear, considered one of the most widely collected in the world. The wedding of Elizabeth and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947. The headdress she wore used to belong to her grandmother, Queen Mary. [P>

the jubilant Princess Diana

picture source: Anwar Hussein / Getty picture source: Anwar Hussein / Getty picture source: Anwar Hussein / Getty picture source: the headdress seen here is hard to shine, but Princess Diana did it with her beautiful and brilliant smile. This picture was taken in November 1981. Diana and Princess Anne were photographed on their way to the opening ceremony of the parliament. They were in a glass carriage that Diana and Prince Charles used at their wedding a few months ago, Peter Phillips, May 17, 2008. Annie lent it to a special day in autumn. Although the crown was given to Anne the same year she married Mark Phillips, it was not a wedding present. In 1973, the world wide shipping group named Princess Anne a ship and gave it to her as a gift. It's considered one of her favorite crowns; a ruby set beauty sent her from Burma. There are 96 rubies in the crown, which is considered symbolic. "Rubies in Burmese culture can prevent disease and evil. In this case, they can protect the wearer from 96 diseases that may afflict human beings." The crown's choice has led some on social media to question whether the queen was carrying out a secret assassination on the president's visit, which thousands of British citizens protested. The Royal beehive is the favorite of the late Queen's mother and the Duchess of Cornwall today. With no heir, it was bequeathed to the Queen's mother in 2002 by wealthy socialite and winery heiress Margaret Greville, as well as all her other precious jewels. Made by Boucheron, it is one of the brightest headdresses in the royal collection. The Queen's mother raised the jewels on the crown to make it bigger. She added a marquis shaped diamond in the middle of the crown. In the weeks of Megan markel's marriage to Prince Harry, Megan chose Queen Mary's diamond ring and many people speculated which crown she would wear. On May 19, 2018, we finally saw her decision. Megan chose the lovely queen mary diamond ring, which is one of her new grandmother's works. The 10 diamonds in the center of the headdress can be traced back to 1893. These gemstones were made in 1932. This crown has always been Princess Margaret's favorite. She often wears it. Princess Madeline in the Swedish Aquamarine kokoshnik is a popular crown style in the 19th century in the Russian court of the Romanov family. This Aquamarine beauty is currently owned by Princess Margarita of Sweden. The huge aquamarine is inlaid with exquisite diamonds, which is particularly charming in a half moon shaped frame. It is believed that the original owner was Margaret, the grandmother of Margarita and the wife of Adolf, King Gustav VI of Sweden. As we all know, Princess Margarita lent the aquamarine crown to her niece Princess Madeleine. The picture shows Kate Middleton and Prince William in 2015, when they were married on April 29, 2011, the whole world was watching her. Their wedding is a real-life fairy tale, Kate's bridal jewelry is a good deal. On this important day, Kate is wearing Cartier's halo headdress, also known as the scroll diamond headdress. It was made in 1936 as a gift from King George VI to his wife Elizabeth, the Queen's mother, whom we will see later. The first figgy got married in a fashionable way.

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Sarah Ferguson married Prince Andrew at Westminster Abbey in 1986. She wears a headdress called York diamond headdress, which is said to have been bought for her by the queen. Sarah continued to wear the headdress and keep it after her marriage to Andrew ended in divorce in 1996. She last wore it publicly at Elton John's white tie and headdress ball in 2001. Many predict that her daughter, Princess Eugenie, will wear a York diamond headdress for her wedding in 2018. Instead, she chose to borrow an emerald headdress from the queen. Sophie, Earl of wesks, became Lord wesberg in 1999 when she married Prince Edward, Earl of wesks. Sophie wore a silk Tulle robe decorated with 325000 crystals and pearls. At the wedding, Sophie also debuted a crown that had never been seen in public before. It has been speculated that the jewels were borrowed from Queen Elizabeth's private collection. Others think the crown may have been made of Queen Victoria's jewelry. Margaret's fashion style inspired this look. Photo credit: staff / Mirrorpix / Getty Images photo credit: staff / Mirrorpix / Getty Images

Serena Stanhope, daughter of Earl Harrington, married Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden's son, Lord Linley, in 1993. She is now known as Viscount Linley. Serena's custom dress is for her mother-in-lawThe wedding dress is designed with respect. She also wore one of Margaret's favorite headdresses, the lotus headdress. Kate Middleton was found wearing the crown at Buckingham Palace's 2015 state dinner. At that event, she wore a red Jenny Packham dress. Sarah Tindall is wearing her mother's headdress. Photo source: Anwar Hussein / wireimagephoto source: Anwar Hussein / WireImage

Zara Tindall is the daughter of Princess Anne, famous for her equestrian. Tindall is now the 17th heir to the British throne. In 2011, she married rugby player Mike Tindall. On her wedding day, Zara combed her hair into a chingnon and decorated it with a cute hockey headdress. The jewels were lent to Annie from her personal collection for the special event. Princess Anne's sister Princess Anne is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. The picture shows an official event during Anne's visit to New Zealand in March 1970. She was wearing a roller diamond headdress (Cartier's halo headdress). Annie no longer wore the crown publicly in the 1970s, but Kate Middleton was once again famous for wearing it at her 2011 wedding to Prince William. This is a new member of the Windsor family.

photo source: Fiona Hanson – p a images / PA photo source: Getty imagespoto credit: Fiona Hanson – PA images / PA when Dr. Claire Alexandra booth married Alexander Windsor, Earl of Ulster, she became a member of the British royal family. The couple have two children, Lord Richard Anders Windsor and his wife Cosima rose Alexandra Windsor. Clare wore a beautiful diamond headdress on her wedding day. Although we are not sure about the origin of the crown, many people think it may be a gift from Alexander's parents, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. Next we'll get to know Claire's sister-in-law. The crown has a long history. Photo source: pool / Tim Graham picture library / Getty imagespoto credit: pool / Tim Graham picture library / Getty Images Marriage. She wore a long white dress and a beautiful headdress with a very special history. The little crown was originally a wedding present for Queen Mary. Two Duchess of Gloucester have worn them, Alice and biggit.

Kent flower headdress is coming out again

source: mark kaserbert / British news via Getty Images source: mark kaserbert / British news via Getty Images source: Mary Christina Anna Agnes IDA von Leibniz married Prince Michael of Kent in 1978. She was later called Princess Michael. She has a positive career as an interior designer, writer and lecturer. The picture shows Michael attending President Putin's state visit in London in 2003. She wore Kent's Corolla, which was left by his mother Princess Marina to her husband. Duchess of Gloucester was the Duchess of Gloucester when she married Prince Richard in 1972. By Royal standards, their wedding was relatively simple - the queen did not attend. There was no Bridesmaid at the wedding. What's more different from the tradition is that she didn't wear jewelry headdress, but chose a headdress made by stephanotis flowers and put on her veil. She looks radiant! The crown salutes her parents. Prince Charles is her stepfather. In order to marry Harry Lopez in 2006, Laura decorated her face with Cupid hood. This is Camilla's. she wore it on the day she married Laura's Father Andrew! This headdress belongs to Sonia gippel, Camilla's grandmother, who left it to Rosalind, Camilla's daughter, to die.

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Mrs. Helen Taylor, n é e Windsor, is the only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent. She is now the 42nd heir to the British throne. Taylor was Muse of designer Giorgio Armani. In 1992, she married Timothy Taylor, an art dealer, wearing a distinctive Kent diamond and Pearl fringed headdress. We've seen this headdress many times. It's always an amazing thing. Sarah Chateau is the daughter of Princess Margaret. She is now the 23rd heir to the British throne (she was 7th when she was born). Sarah seems to have inherited her mother's amazing taste in fashion. At her 1994 wedding to Daniel chateau, she wore a Sheraton corolla made of three different brooches belonging to Margaret. The wedding was the only time the brooch was worn as a headdress.

London City Diamond fringed headdress

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April 24, 1963, Princess Alexandra of Kent married Angus James Ogilvy at Westminster Abbey. Alexandra, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth, wore a London diamond fringed headdress with diamonds in gold and silver from her mother, Princess marina, and her own wedding had a similar style. We'll see her bridal ensemble later.

Kent diamond and Pearl edge headwear

picture source: PA picture source: PA pictureSource: PA photo source: Katharine Worsley married Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, one of Queen Elizabeth's first cousins. They got married in 1961, and she became Catherine, the Duchess of Kent. For this special event, Catherine wore Kent diamond and Pearl tassel headdresses. As its name suggests, the crown features diamonds and pearls, set at different heights. Recently, the crown was found in her daughter-in-law, Countess St Andrews and Mrs Helen Taylor. A crown for the princess, the only sister of Queen Elizabeth. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong Jones, who had two children before their divorce in 1978. This photo proves that Margaret has always been known for her sharp style. Sometime around 1990, she was in London, wearing a beautiful headdress and fur. Many of her jewelry and other items were auctioned off by her children in 2018. Princess Marina is wearing a headdress similar to the one her daughter will wear years later. This is a picture of the couple on that happy day.

Marina is wearing a headdress that is very similar to the diamond edge headdress we reported earlier in London. This is a gift from the city of London in memory of her marriage. She lent the headdress to her daughter, Princess Alexandra, as a wedding anniversary.

Princess Alice is wearing pink at the wedding. He was the Duke of Gloucester, so Alice became the Duchess of Gloucester after they got married. Alice's crown at the wedding was a present from Queen Mary. Her dress is light pink, which is unusual for members of the royal family. Alice's life is full of adventure. There is a ball on the crown of the Queen's head. This is the mother of Elizabeth II. She is affectionately called the Queen's mother. On November 28, 1958, she was at the University of London Senate ball. When the queen danced with the students, she smiled. Maybe the jewels on her head make her smile brighter. This is the headdress of Delhi Duba, the largest in Windsor's collection. Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, recently wore it. From headdress to necklace, brooch to ring, there is a story behind every family heirloom of the British royal family. Let's take a closer look at some of the brightest, most dazzling and most charming jewelry for the queen to wear. The headdress of Queen Mary was originally made for Queen Mary in 1911. This was made by garrid in Delhi to celebrate the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary as emperor and queen of India. Mary made this headdress with another piece of white and gold headdress. It used to have 10 Kaposi emeralds on the top, but was later redesigned as a different headdress. The headdress was recently lent to Camilla, Queen Elizabeth's daughter-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall, for the first time as a member of the royal family. Next step: why some royal family members don't have a deep impression on Princess Di's sapphire engagement ring

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we all know that Princess Diana used to wear the famous engagement ring, and now she wears it on Kate Middleton's elegant fingers. But did you know there was a lot of controversy within the royal family? When Diana picked sapphires from Garrard's catalog, some of the family pooped because it wasn't customized. It's unheard of for royalty to pick a ring that the general public can reach. This unique ring has inspired imitators all over the world. It uses a 12 carat oval Ceylon Sapphire, surrounded by 14 single diamonds and 18 Carat White Gold.

redesigned Brooch

Max Moby / indigo / Getty Images photo was taken in the headdress of BANDU lent by Queen Elizabeth to Queen Mary for Megan markel to wear at the wedding with Prince Harry. In true fairy tale fashion, Megan has to enter her Majesty's vault and pick out amazing headwear. In 1932, Queen Mary made a headdress for the central stone, which is actually a brooch. In 1893, when Mary married Prince George, then Duke of York, Lincoln gave her a brooch as a gift! This coronation ring is on Victoria's finger. This coronation ring is not suitable. Apparently, jewelers misunderstood the scarlet letter given to them at the coronation and gave the ring to Queen Victoria's little finger, not her ring finger. Oh dear! At the time of the ceremony, the Archbishop pressed hard with his ring finger. After the wedding, Queen Victoria had to dip her hand in ice water to get rid of it.

Oh, Canada! What a gift! When King George VI paid his first state visit to Canada in 1939, he bought this Canadian Maple Brooch for Queen Elizabeth. The brooch was bequeathed to Queen Elizabeth II after her death in 2002. The Maple Leaf Brooch in Canada is one of the most lent jewels in the Queen's collection. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, have worn them several times, except for Queen Elizabeth II. It's no secret that her Majesty Queen Elizabeth likes brooch. Kent Amethyst brooch is part of a set of Amethyst owned by the British royal family. The first owner was Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent. It includes a necklace, a pair of combs, a pair of earrings and three brooches. The frequency of wearing broochs is the highest for Queen Elizabeth, who was only once seen wearing the necklace and earrings in public at a banquet in 1984.

22 carat magic. Since Queen Victoria, every queen has been wearing a coronation necklace and matching diamond earrings. This set consists of 25 huge diamonds. The Teardrop Diamond in the middle is a 22.48 carat diamondDiamonds, known as Lahore diamonds.

Queen Victoria takes the Lahore diamond from her Ruby headdress and entrusts Gerard to add it to the necklace. The matching earrings that Queen Elizabeth II wears in this photo are also pieces of headdress. The necklace commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II in the early 1980s was made with cultured pearls presented by the Japanese government. She lent the necklace to Princess Diana for the party and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, who matched it with Diana's Pearl and diamond earrings. Interesting facts about pearls: like snowflakes, no two pearls are exactly the same.

greavel's gift lasts forever

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greavel's ruby necklace is another treasure of greavel. It was made by buchelon in 1907. Queen Elizabeth II received the necklace as a wedding gift from her parents, King George VI and her mother. This diamond and ruby necklace has not been worn in public since the 1980s. Her majesty took it out of the vault and lent it to the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore it at a Spanish state dinner at Buckingham Palace in 2017. She matched it with the dark V soft pink Marchesa dress in the picture. In 1986, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, attended a birthday celebration. Her favorite jewelry is called diamond and sapphire ridge earrings, 2015.

Queen Mary's diamond necklace / bracelet is first of all Queen Mary's. After her death in 1953, the work never appeared in public until the Queen's mother wore if on her 75th birthday. It is now owned by Queen Elizabeth. In recent years, Kate Middleton has been found wearing it as a bracelet more than once. This June 22 photo shows Prince William and Kate giving gifts to the East Anglia children's shelter at a celebration dinner. Queen Victoria received this brooch as a wedding gift. This gorgeous sapphire brooch is said to be the most precious jewel of the queen. This is a gift from their fiance Prince Albert to her great grandmother Queen Victoria the day before they got married. Victoria admired this brooch very much. She wore it many times after they got married. Queen Elizabeth often wears them, too. This is a picture of her at a secretary's reception at the Queen's gallery in 2017.

Megan markel's engagement ring is of special significance to Prince Harry.

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talk about romance! Prince Harry designed his engagement ring to propose to Megan markel. This unique piece of jewelry was made for Harry by the famous jeweler British cleave & Co.

uses a 3 carat buffer cut diamond from Botswana, Botswana is the couple's favorite country. A gold ring was set on the edge of the diamond, which was given to Harry by his mother's late Princess Diana. How touching. The necklace was worn by generations as a gift by Princess Alexandra of Denmark on the eve of her wedding in 1863. The jewel, now known as Queen Alexandra's Wedding Necklace, was eventually passed on to the Queen's mother. After her death in 2002, the necklace became the property of Queen Elizabeth. As we have seen again and again, the queen generously lent her jewels to others. This is a picture of Kate Middleton wearing it at an official event in 2018. The sphere of the monarch contains 600 gems and pearls. The pure gold on the left of the photo taken by the printing collector / Getty imagespoto taken by the printing collector / Getty Images

is called the sphere of the monarch, which is part of the Royal coronation. It was originally made for the coronation of Charles II in 1661 and has since been used for all coronations. The impressive sphere contains more than 600 gems and pearls, including diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds and amethysts. When William and Mary came to the throne as kings and queens in 1689, they also made a sphere for her (see right). At Queen Victoria's funeral, two balls were placed on her coffin