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The Most Stunning Royal Tiaras And Their History

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7. The Greville Tiara
This massive, honeycomb tiara also came from Margaret Greville's vault. It was made for the socialite in 1921 out of stones that came from another tiara. While Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother) was never seen wearing the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara (the one that Princess Eugenie wore on her wedding day), she almost immediately began wearing the Greville Tiara, and was first spotted in it in the late 1940s. The original tiara came without the prongs, but Queen Elizabeth took it to Cartier to create the addition (and make the basket-like tiara even bigger)!

When the Queen Mother passed away, Queen Elizabeth II inherited it, and she has since gifted it to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. It is now one of her go-to tiaras.