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The Most Stunning Royal Tiaras And Their History

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23. The Poltimore Tiara
This hefty tiara was the same headpiece that Princess Margaret wore on her wedding day in 1960. It originally belonged to Lady Poltimore, the wife of the second Baron Poltimore, and was commissioned in 1870. Princess Margaret had it bought in an auction, and it quickly became one of her most worn headpieces. In addition to wearing it at her wedding, she also rather famously wore it in a bathtub at Kensington Palace, which was captured in a photograph taken by her husband, Lord Snowdon. (If you watch The Crown, you will remember that scene!)