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  • Lynette Taylor

    My all-time favorite book series!

  • Amanda Dupree

    good books too (:

  • Elaine Obi

    The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot - Mia Thermopolis is pretty sure there's nothing worse than being a five-foot-nine, flat-chested freshman, who also happens to be flunking Algebra. Is she ever in for a surprise. First Mom announces that she's dating Mia's Algebra teacher. Then Dad has to go and reveal that he is the crown prince of Genovia. And guess who still doesn't have a date for the Cultural Diversity Dance? (Bilbary Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)

  • Lydia Ann Udasco

    Amazon.com: The Princess Diaries eBook: Meg Cabot: Kindle Store

  • Caitlin Kennedy

    Mia Thermopolis is very realistic to me because she is bad at math and listens to pop music even though she knows there are probably better things that she could be listening to

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The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

Diamond and pearl tiara that dismounts to be worn as a necklace.

Princess Margaret wore this tiara at her 1960 wedding to Mr. Antony Armstrong-Jones. Called the Poltimore Tiara, it is a Garrard design created in the 1870s for Florence, Lady Poltimore, the wife of the second Baron Poltimore. The tiara can be converted into a necklace and eleven brooches, and was offered with a screwdriver and the brooch fittings required to make the switch. The tiara was purchased in 1959 for 5,500 Pounds. It sold for 1,704,576 at the 2006 auction.

Tiara from the Paris Opera Ballet found by Shirley of Simply-Chateau and Tartelettte (Tartelette blog) at a French brocante. September 2011.

The Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara

Princess Margaret’s amazing tiara, which wasn’t a royal heirloom and was bought specifically for the Princess just before her wedding for around £5,000. It’s known as the Poltimore tiara as it was made in 1870 by Garrards for Lady Poltimore.

Diamond and sapphire tiara designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria. On loan from the Earl and Countess of Harewood.

Back view of Empress Josephine's Tiara, this tiara was made long after she died in around 1890 using the original diamonds given to Josephine by Tsar Alexander I (after her divorce from Napoleon) and passed down plus hundreds of other diamonds. Part of the Faberge collection on permanent display at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

Alexander McQueen Fall 2008