Kate Middleton attended the Buckingham Palace state supper on Tuesday night in a white dress and Princess Diana’s Lover’s Knot tiara.
The Princess of Wales donned a $14,500 brooch on her sash, first seen at Remembrance Day. The rest of Kate Middleton’s jewellery was just as stunning.
Kate Middleton’s tiara reminded people of Princess Diana. The 40-year-old stole King Charles’ show at the State Banquet in Buckingham Palace.
King Charles III welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London for a two-day state visit with the palace’s first state dinner since the Queen’s death.
Princess Kate wore a Jenny Packham dress that resembled one worn by Princess Diana in Hong Kong in 1989.
She wore the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara, a wedding gift to Princess Diana, with diamond and pearl drop earrings from her late mother-in-law. She also wore a blue sash and the Royal Family Order, a depiction of the Queen on a yellow ribbon.
Kate’s participation at the diplomatic function seemed to honour Diana.
For the King’s first state visit since he became king, Charles and Camilla planned a spectacular dinner.