Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Princess Margaret's favourite Lotus Flower headpiece made from Queen Mother's jewels

Princess Margaret wore the Lotus Flower Tiara up until 1990

Princess Margaret wears the Lotus Flower Tiara on the top of her head, much as Kate does, at an official reception at the King's House, Jamaica, in 1962

The wedding of Viscount Linley and Serena Stanhope, where the bride wears the Lotus Flower tiara around an elaborate headpiece in 1993

The diamond necklace belonging to the Queen's grandmother, Queen Mary was turned into the bracelet worn by the Duchess of Cambridge during the state banquet at Buckingham Palace on October 20, 2015.

 Portrait of Duchess of York in 1928 wearing the Lotus Flower tiara after it was made by Garrard from a Greek-style necklace given to her by her husband the future George VI.  The Queen Mother, brought some 1920s flair to the piece by wearing it across her forehead in a bandeau style. But she soon packed it away until it emerged after she gave it to her younger daughter in 1959.

Princess Margaret sported the Lotus Flower Tiara in 1960 at the Thailand embassy.

Princess Margaret is driven from Kensington Palace

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