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I CAN'T KEEP CALM I'M A FEMALE RAPPER TIARA LONDON(THE PRINCESS) 18 YEAR'S STRONG

I CAN'T KEEP CALM I'M A FEMALE RAPPER TIARA LONDON(THE PRINCESS) 18 YEAR'S STRONG

| THE KENT CITY OF LONDON FRINGE TIARA | The City of London once provided some sparkling wedding gifts to the British royal brides. H.R.H. Princess Marina Duchess of Kent, née Princess of Greece (1906-1968) received a particularly grand gem, this classic tiara in the classic Russian fringe style. |H.R.H. Princess Michael of Kent, née Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz wearing THE KENT CITY OF LONDON FRINGE TIARA |

| THE KENT CITY OF LONDON FRINGE TIARA | The City of London once provided some sparkling wedding gifts to the British royal brides. H.R.H. Princess Marina Duchess of Kent, née Princess of Greece (1906-1968) received a particularly grand gem, this classic tiara in the classic Russian fringe style. |H.R.H. Princess Michael of Kent, née Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz wearing THE KENT CITY OF LONDON FRINGE TIARA |

Princess Nicholas of Greece and Denmark wearing her Fringe Tiara (left), and Princess Marina wearing her mother's Fringe Tiara - and not the City of London ...

Princess Nicholas of Greece and Denmark wearing her Fringe Tiara (left), and Princess Marina wearing her mother's Fringe Tiara - and not the City of London ...

Princess Margaret wore the tiara again to the State banquet at the Italian Embassy in London, 1969

Princess Margaret wore the tiara again to the State banquet at the Italian Embassy in London, 1969

TEFAF2017  @hancocks_london presented the Edwardian diamond tiara that belonged to the Spencer family. It was given to Lady Delia Spencer, great aunt to Princess Diana, by her father the 6th Earl Spencer, on her wedding day on February 18, 1914. Set with more than 800 old cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 48 carats, the tiara can be transformed into a choker necklace and bracelet.

TEFAF2017 @hancocks_london presented the Edwardian diamond tiara that belonged to the Spencer family. It was given to Lady Delia Spencer, great aunt to Princess Diana, by her father the 6th Earl Spencer, on her wedding day on February 18, 1914. Set with more than 800 old cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 48 carats, the tiara can be transformed into a choker necklace and bracelet.

20th November 1947, Buckingham Palace, London, The wedding of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh showing the Princess looking radiant after the wedding at Westminster Abbey  (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

20th November 1947, Buckingham Palace, London, The wedding of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh showing the Princess looking radiant after the wedding at Westminster Abbey (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Britain's Princess Elizabeth wears a jeweled tiara and necklace in photo from May of 1951 in London. The royal couple are arriving at Buckingham Palace from Clarence House for an official banquet in honor of the King and Queen of Denmark given by her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The princess, who was 25 in April, is a busy woman. Now, with her father ill and weak, she must take over many of the burdens of the sovereign, too. (AP Photo)

Britain's Princess Elizabeth wears a jeweled tiara and necklace in photo from May of 1951 in London. The royal couple are arriving at Buckingham Palace from Clarence House for an official banquet in honor of the King and Queen of Denmark given by her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The princess, who was 25 in April, is a busy woman. Now, with her father ill and weak, she must take over many of the burdens of the sovereign, too. (AP Photo)

The Poltimore Tiara, estimate $260,000-350,000, is displayed at Christie?s Auction House in New York, Monday, June 5, 2006. More than 90 pieces of jewelry that belonged to the late Princess Margaret will be auctioned off in London to help pay her son?s, Lord Linley, inheritance tax.  (Photo by Timothy Fadek/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

The Poltimore Tiara, estimate $260,000-350,000, is displayed at Christie?s Auction House in New York, Monday, June 5, 2006. More than 90 pieces of jewelry that belonged to the late Princess Margaret will be auctioned off in London to help pay her son?s, Lord Linley, inheritance tax. (Photo by Timothy Fadek/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Princess Madeleine in the Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara with a dress by Temperley London (Canada's Governor General state visit, Feb 2017) via The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor

Princess Madeleine in the Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara with a dress by Temperley London (Canada's Governor General state visit, Feb 2017) via The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor

Helen Molesworth of Christie's displays the Poltimore Tiara ahead of its sale in London, 13 May 2006; the tiara, which belonged to Princess Margaret, sold for $1.7 million at auction

Helen Molesworth of Christie's displays the Poltimore Tiara ahead of its sale in London, 13 May 2006; the tiara, which belonged to Princess Margaret, sold for $1.7 million at auction

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