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The incredible inheritance that Princess Charlotte will receive is already on everyone’s lips

The British royal family has curated an extraordinary collection of jewellery, priceless historical relics to be passed down from generation to generation. As the only daughter of Prince William and his wife  Kate Middleton , Princess Charlotte will one day have access to some exquisite pieces , which once belonged to her great-grandmother, the Queen. But she’s also in line to inherit a truly remarkable piece that will no doubt mean a lot to her father, William.

Princess Charlotte will receive the iconic Spencer tiara , which previously belonged to her late grandmother, Princess Diana. Recall that Lady Di chose to wear the headdress on her wedding day to Prince Charles in July 1981. The shimmering tiara is designed in a garland style and features a central heart flanked by continuous scrollwork, interspersed with stars and flowers in the shape of trumpet. It is set with round and rose-cut, cushion- and pear-shaped diamonds, set in gold.

The tiara was inherited by Diana’s father, John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer in the mid-1970s, and as such remains in the Spencer family. It was exhibited in London in 2022, at which time Princess Charlotte’s estate was also confirmed. A description placed next to the tiara read, in part: “In the mid-1970s, John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, inherited the tiara. It was subsequently worn by his three daughters at their wedding: Lady Jane in 1978; Lady Sarah in 1980 and, finally, Lady Diana the following year, in 1981. “The tiara was most recently worn by Celia McCorquodale, niece of the 10th Earl Spencer Charles, at their spring 2018 wedding. Princess Charlotte will now inherit the Spencer tiara “.

Princess Charlotte prepares for the coronation of her grandfather King Charles III

It occurs as Princess Charlotte prepares to be the center of attention alongside her two brothers at the coronation of her grandfather, King Charles III . The princess and her older brother, Prince George, are likely to attend the ceremony when it takes place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey. Whether four-year-old Prince Louis is deemed too young for the formal event remains to be seen, though given his importance, William and Kate might make an exception.

The truth is that the daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte, has not only inherited one of the most precious jewels of the British royal family; Let’s remember that Charlotte made history when she was only two years old after the birth of her younger brother , Prince Louis, in April 2018, after becoming the first royal woman to benefit from the Succession to the Crown Act (2013), which establishes that younger brothers will not surpass girls. While Charlotte has retained her place as third in line to the throne to Louis, other royals missed out on the change, as the Act only applies to those born after October 28, 2011.


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