Why Everyone Is Obsessed With The Accessory Kate Middleton Just Wore

Joann Johnston
December 7, 2017

Kate Middleton often likes to honour her late mother-in-law through the jewellery and the clothes that she wears. After Queen Mary died in 1953, the tiara was passed down to Queen Elizabeth II, then to Princess Diana, and now to the Duchess of Cambridge.

Last month the Duchess of Cambridge dipped her hand into the Queen's jewellery box to borrow one of her famous necklaces which was favoured by Princess Diana, and this week Kate made a decision to wear one of her favourite tiaras.

Kate has previously worn this tiara to the same event, three years in a row! It seems that Middleton is as fond of it as Princess Diana was.

(It's also sometimes referred to as Queen Mary's Lover's Knot.) The piece is inspired by a tiara owned by the monarch's grandmother, Princess Augusta of Hesse, who was also the Duchess of Cambridge.

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This isn't the duchess' first time wearing the famous Lover's Knot.

Kate, 35, glowed with health and was dripping in diamonds, with her hair swept back to the nape of her neck, and she opted for a light blush and smokey eyes teamed with dusty pink lips for the royal event.

The annual evening reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps at Buckingham Palace in December 2016.

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