The Princess of Wales' Jenny Packham obsession continues in her most festive royal red outfit yet. Kate sported the British designer's head-turning red sequin 'Elodie' dress for the Reception For Members Of The Diplomatic Corps held at Buckingham Palace. While we were all of course enamoured by the dazzling all-over floral beading fashion statement which hails from from the brand’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection, the Hello! Fashion team couldn't help but notice how the princess decided to don the Lotus Flower tiara in her hair.MORE: Princess Kate's Chanel obsession continues during her Boston royal tourRELATED: Did Meghan Markle just have her own ‘revenge dress’ moment? Princess Kate wore the Lotus Flower tiara for the eventInstead of going for the standard up-do which has become de rigueur for the royal's recent tiara looks, she modernised the look with a stunning centre parted sleek blow dry, complete with plenty of volume at the crown (pardon the pun). Thankfully there are plenty of places which can help you achieve Kate's princess perfect mane, including society It-girl favourite salon Clo&Flo.Clo&Flo's co-founder and artistic director, Flo Amsellem tells Hello! Fashion exactly how to get the look: How to get Princess Kate's Modern Tiara Blow dry:Part 1: Create the front section that frames the face..."Part the hair in the centre at the front of the hairline.""Separating the first section (using a tail comb for precision) 1.5 inches away from the hairline to create a headband shape over the front of the head. (Tie or clamp the rest of the hair at the back of the head to keep clear.)""Smooth the hair around the head separating each side of the parting and following the hair down and round to the base of the skull, creating a neat and tight headband effect. Using a tiny clear hairband at the base of the skull to keep the section together, you can use flat hair grips if needed but must be hidden under the back section of hair."Part 2: Back section of the hair..."This requires teasing at the root in small sections to create volume around the crown of the head, making sure the lengths and ends are smooth and combed. Add hairspray in between each tease for maximum hold.""Once the teasing has been accomplished to the desired volume. Using a fine tooth comb to smooth the top over to hide the teasing.""The tiara would now be placed where the first and second section meets" View this post on Instagram A post shared by C L O & F L O (@cloandflo)If you're looking for your own tiara moment, you can also try try SK Hair & Beauty, founded by Stephen Casali on 161 Ebury Street in London. "The Belgravia institution is famous for its discretion and the only place to go when being styled with a tiara," explains society Tatler, "Princess Alexandra is a regular – however, she prefers to have her hair coiffed without an audience and is swiftly ushered into a private area downstairs upon arrival. Lady Vestey and the Countess of Snowdon also come to Ebury Street."The event which took place last night marks Kate’s fourth time wearing the Lotus Flower Tiara (which also known as the Papyrus Tiara.) The royal last wore this particular diadem back in 2015 for a state banquet in honour of a visit from the president of China, Xi Jinping. Back then she opted to sweep up her brunette tresses in a traditional elegant up-do.MORE: Harry & Meghan's 2nd Netflix trailer just dropped, and she reveals her never seen before interiorsRELATED: 5 stunning emerald chokers to recreate Princess Kate's look The hairstyle was sleek and straight yet featured plenty of volume at the crownKate paired the statement gown with the late Queen Elizabeth II's diamond earrings and wore the royal family order and the Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order star and sash. She was joined by her husband, the Prince of Wales as well as King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla at the soiree, which sees the monarch and other members of the royal family welcome over 500 members of the Diplomatic Corps in the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace. The event has not taken place for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Like this story? Sign up to our Hello! Fashion newsletter to get your weekly 'Fashion Fix' delivered straight to your inbox.