As the ultimate jewellery status symbol, tiaras are mostly the reserve of royalty and aristocrats. Heirloom pieces passed down from generation-to-generation, each tiara has a history as rich as its design.There's a few you'll probably recognise, like Queen Elizabeth II’s Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara (which appears on British currency) as well as the Cartier creation Kate Middleton picked for her wedding day in 2011. But royal families on the continent have some pretty spectacular tiaras of their own, featuring gobstopper-sized sapphires and exquisite botanical motifs.
The 31-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson has been dating the son of Count Alessandro Mapelli Mozzi and Nikki Shale for some time now.
Meghan Markle’s wedding make-up was the perfect modern bridal look; a glowing minimal take which celebrated the freckles on her skin.Since then, it has become one of the most requested celebrity make-up looks. And it turns out it was planned with the help of Pinterest.
Since joining the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex has only further cemented her status as the world's most famous fashion muse.Gone are the days of cross-body bags, draped-over-the-shoulder blazers and ripped jeans in favour of more Kensington Palace-approved neutral hues, skirt suits and the little black dress.Though she's stayed true to her sartorial taste with go-to labels including Stella McCartney, Givenchy and Victoria Beckham.Further flexing her fashion know-how, Meghan Markle even managed to pull off nine months worth of covetable maternity looks weighing in at an estimated £478,920 in total (that's around £6,385 per outfit).From her diplomatic royal tour wardrobe to a surprising love of British high street labels, take a look back at our favourite Duchess of Sussex looks to date.
"Prince Harry said to me that there is a big difference between being a show business celebrity and being a royal."
The photo shows the Duke of Cambridge making a face at his one-year-old son, Prince Louis.
Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond says the duchess needs to be careful not to be extravagant either.
The former royal correspondent says Diana would have coffee with her one minute and then ignore her the next.