Kate Wears a Flower Crown to Charles's Coronation

Kate Middleton arrived at Westminster Abbey for the coronation of King Charles III — and she or he wasn’t sporting a tiara. As a substitute, the princess of Wales is sporting a stunning ivory flower crown designed by Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen. It’s believed she and the remainder of the senior royals opted for the extra low-key look to match the environment of the scaled-back ceremony.

The trendy royal paired the beautiful topper with an ivory gown, additionally by Alexander McQueen, and a crimson, white and blue outfit as a nod to the Union Jack flag. She wore her hair in a chic updo and accomplished her look with Princess Diana’s pearl earrings.


The one royals sporting ornate toppers throughout in the present day’s crowning ceremony might be King Charles and Queen Camilla. The queen will high her head with Queen Mary’s Crown, which is the primary time in latest historical past that an current crown is re-used for a coronation. That includes a whopping 2,200 diamonds, the headpiece was designed by the royal jeweler Home of Garrard for the coronation of King George V in June 1911. King Charles, for his half, might be donning St. Edward’s Crown — which was made for King Charles II and used at his coronation in 1661 — to be formally declared as the brand new monarch of England.

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Kate was additionally joined by her husband and the longer term king, Prince William, and their three cute youngsters: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The prince of Wales can also put on a coronet for in the present day’s occasions; there was hypothesis he would possibly don the Coronet of Charles, Prince of Wales, which was commissioned by Queen Elizabeth for his father’s investiture in 1969. (As of now, there aren’t any plans for Prince William to have a proper investiture.)