Fei Liu


As the world awaits the coronation of King Charles III, one can’t help but wonder which tiara the Queen Camilla, will wear for the grand occasion. For centuries, tiaras have been an essential part of the British royal family’s regalia, symbolising their status and glamour.

The British Royal family owns an impressive collection of tiaras, each with its own unique history and story. The collection includes pieces gifted by foreign monarchs, pieces handed down from generation to generation, and even pieces designed specifically for members of the royal family.

The most famous of these tiaras is undoubtedly the diamond-encrusted Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara, which was a favourite of Princess Diana. The tiara, which dates back to the early 20th century, was created for Queen Mary and has been worn by many members of the royal family since then.

The Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara - Queen Mary`s - The Crown Jewels Copy Replica Fake Faux
Flickr /Christopher Carr

Another notable piece in the collection is the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, which was given to Queen Mary as a wedding gift. The tiara is often worn by Queen Elizabeth II and was also worn by the Duchess of Cambridge on her wedding day.

Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara Queen Mary`s The Crown Jewels Copy Replica Fake Faux
Flickr /Christopher Carr

But it’s not just the women of the royal family who wear tiaras. The men also have their own collection of headwear, including the George IV State Diadem, which is worn by the monarch during the state opening of Parliament.

British Monarchy
Flickr / Jean-Pierre-Montauban

As for the coronation of King Charles III, it’s anyone’s guess which tiara Camilla will wear. Will it be the Queen Mother’s Cartier Halo Tiara, which was famously worn by Kate Middleton on her wedding day? Or perhaps the Delhi Durbar Tiara, which was worn by Queen Elizabeth II on her first tour of India?

One thing is for sure; the coronation of King Charles III will be a glittering affair, full of the rich history and tradition that the British royal family is famous for. And whatever tiara Camilla chooses to wear, it will undoubtedly be a showstopper, just like the rest of the royal family’s impressive collection.

While the British royal family’s collection of tiaras is steeped in tradition and history, there are also new and modern designs that have made their way into the jewellery world. One such example is the Carpe Diem Sparkler Tiara by Fei Liu, which was designed in 2020 and features delicate sparkles of cubic zirconia and purple-aqua pentagon star-cut gemstones.