When former-actress Meghan married into the Royal Family in May 2018, she wore a tiara loaned to her by Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Mary’s bandeau tiara.
It is customary for royal brides to wear tiaras and if they do not have a family tiara the Queen will loan them one.
In fact, the Queen loans out jewellery often to members of the family, even those who are related by marriage.
The Duchess of Cambridge, known formerly as Kate Middleton, borrowed the Cartier scroll tiara for her wedding day.
Since she has worn the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara too, a favourite of Princess Diana’s when it was loaned to her.
However, after her wedding, Meghan never had the honour of wearing a piece of royal jewellery from the Queen’s collection, although she has worn pieces from Princess Diana’s private collection.
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