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Meghan Markle’s Tiara Once Belonged to This English Queen

Meghan Markle tiara

Meghan Markle showcases her spectacular diamond tiara during the royal wedding procession in Windsor. Courtesy Getty

Sitting delicately atop the Duchess of Sussex’s updo sits the stunning Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau. Meghan Markle‘s tiara was first seen on Queen Mary, wife of King George V, and paternal grandmother of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. The sparkling diamond tiara, made by London high jeweler Garrard in 1932 was inherited by her daughter-in-law, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent. The tiara has also been warn by Queen Elizabeth’s sister Princess Margaret.

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