The British royal tiara is not an ordinary jewelry.
Only a special person can wear this very significant and priceless bejeweled accessory.
Meghan Markle, who will become a Royal Family member soon, still can’t wear the headpiece.
What should she do to get it? Let’s figure out in the article.
For many centuries, the tiara was a very significant accessory, worn by women during formal occasions. Queen Elizabeth II is known for having the most valuable collection of bejeweled crowns.
She often wears the inherited tiaras on state occasions. Duchess of Cambridge is allowed to appear in the luxurious headpiece too, but Meghan Markle is forbidden to do it.
On November 2017, the couple engaged. The ex-actress has good relations with the Royal Family and even appeared together with them for several times in public. However, they still can’t wear the desired headpiece. Why? The answer is simple: strict British etiquette.
Of course, many fans want to see the woman in the headpiece as soon as
possible, so we decided to predict when exactly she would wear it. Perhaps,
repeating the history, the bride-to-be would wear the tiara on her special day
– as Kate did on her wedding.
Actually, according to the royal etiquette, the
accessory is worn only on evening occasions. That is why it is hard to say, but
most of all she would appear in the tiara after the wedding.
Based on materials glamour.com