Middleton paired her Cinderella-esque dress with one of her most elegant accessories: the Queen Mary's Lover's Knot tiara that was previously owned by Princess Diana. She also wore an icy blue Alexander McQueen gown.
The tiara wasn't the only piece of jewellery of Diana's the Duchess of Cambridge wore. They were first spotted on the duchess through the window of a Bentley, perched delicately around her head and neck.The Lover's Knot tiara is quite the adornment, containing 19 diamond arches decorated with 38 drop-pearls.
ANY royal who isn't Prince Harry or Meghan Markle has been largely overlooked during the couple's whirlwind tour of Australia over the past week, but Kate Middleton has pulled out the big guns to shift our attention back to London. It passed through generations of royal women to the Queen Mother who, on her death in 2002, left it to the Queen. The necklace was finally reunited with the brooch and earrings when the queen inherited it in 2002.
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Queen Maxima at the state banquet.
It was also the first time that the Queen, 92, spoke publicly about Brexit, saying in a speech that "as we look toward a new partnership with Europe" the values shared by the United Kingdom and the Netherlands "are our greatest assets".
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, walks with Rear Admiral Ludger Brummelaar (R) as they attend a state banquet in honor of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands at Buckingham Palace in London on October 23.
Before leaving Fiji earlier in the day, the pair took another trip to Nadi, towards the west of the main island - where they were greeted to a colourful welcome ceremony at the airport.
The last state visit from the Netherlands was by Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus in November 1982.