Prince William, son of Princess Diana, and Kate Middleton have recently engaged and they will marry at Westminster Abbey in London on April 29, 2011. The wedding will be an exciting and important moment. Kate was just born in a common family, but she has become the center of all British media after the news of marriage has been announced. Royalty has given Kate a special training in order to make her confident when she faces thousands of people and suitable for the life if she becomes princess or queen. When Kate appears in her wedding at Westminster Abbey, she may wear one of many crowns in the royal collection including the crown of the Duchess of Teck, the Strathmore and the Delhi Durbar.
From the left: The Duchess of Teck, the Strathmore or the Delhi Durbar. Which crown will Kate Middleton wear in her wedding?
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon was known as the Queen Mother to avoid confusion with her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II. In the picture, the Queen wore a stunning floral crown given by her parents on the occasion of her marriage to Prince Albert.
Queen Elizabeth II gave this pearl-and-diamond tiara as a wedding gift to her daughter-in-law, Princess Diana.
The crown of the Duchess of Teck was handed to her daughter, Queen Mary after her death in 1897
The diamond tiara of the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson didn’t belong to the royal collection. It was made by Garrard\'s and used for her wedding to Prince Andrew in 1986.
Kate won’t wear the crown that Princess Diana wore on her wedding day, but she may use Diana’s sapphire necklace that the Princess received as a wedding gift from the Saudi Crown Prince.
Queen Elizabeth II (right) received this regal headpiece from her grandmother Queen Mary (left). Since then, the crown always appears with the Queen in important events.
Sophie Rhys-Jones wore a beautiful modest tiara on her wedding to Prince Edward, the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth in June 1999. The royal family’s wedding gift is said to belong to Queen Victoria.
Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister, Princess Margaret used to wear her mother’s elegant headpiece in a state banquet at Buckingham Palace in 1954. Nearly 20 years later, Princess Anne wore it for her visit to Australia and New Zealand in 1970
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