Kate's most famous piece of borrowed jewelry would have to be the Cartier "Halo" tiara that she wore for her wedding day in The tiara was purchased from Cartier in 1936 by King George VI (the Duke of York) as an anniversary present for
Made completely of diamonds, Japan’s Crown Princess Scroll tiara and matching necklace were worn by Princess Masako Owada at her wedding to Crown Prince Naruhito in Naruhito’s mother, Empress Michiko, also became a wife adorned in the glittering gems.
3,078 Likes, 81 Comments - British Royal Family (@royal.house.of.windsor) on Instagram: “I really hope Meghan wears Tiara # 2 #meghanmarkle #royalwedding #wedding #tiara…”
Seems like only yesterday, dear: The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge relive glorious royal wedding day with private viewing of THAT dress
Cartier Halo Scroll Tiara originally worn by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother - purchased by the Duke of York for the Duchess of York in 1936 -the Queen loaned the tiara to Catherine Middleton to wear when she married Prince William