Kate Middleton wore Lover’s Knot tiara, favourite of late Princess Diana.
The 40-year-old stole the show at state dinner for South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.
First state supper since Queen’s death and first coronation since her death.
Wearing the Lover’s Knot tiara, a favourite of the late Princess Diana, Kate Middleton shone at the South African state banquet on Tuesday night.
The 40-year-old Princess of Wales, who was honoured alongside husband Prince William, King Charles III, Camilla Parker Bowles, and other members of the royal family, looked radiant in a stunning Jenny Packham gown.
For her first coronation in three years, Kate Middleton donned the Lover’s Knot tiara that Princess Diana always wore.
The Princess of Wales attracted attention when she appeared in public wearing a $14,500 brooch that she had previously been sighted wearing at a Remembrance Day ceremony earlier this month. The other jewellery worn by the wife of Prince William was as stunning.
The 40-year-old woman stole King Charles’ show by dressing as though she were the genuine queen and looking stunning.
King Charles III hosted a state dinner in Buckingham Palace’s opulent banqueting hall to welcome South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London for his two-day official visit, which was the first state supper since the Queen’s demise.
Kate Middleton wears her first tiara in three years at Buckingham Palace banquet
Princess of Wales Kate Middleton makes her tiara debut. The 40-year-old royal...