Kent City of London Fringe Tiara: Lady Gabriella's wedding diadem worn by 3 generations


    Lady Gabriella Windsor married Thomas Kingston in a stunning Windsor wedding at St George’s Chapel in 2019. As the only daughter of Prince Michael of Kent and his wife Princess Michael, Lady Gabriella wore a tiara for her big day from her family’s vaults.

    The Kent City of London Fringe Tiara first entered royal possession in the 1930s when it was gifted to Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark to mark her marriage to Prince George, Duke of Kent.

    Although she was gifted the Kent City of London Fringe Tiara to celebrate her nuptials, Princess Marina opted for another fringe tiara for her wedding.

    Marina wore the Vladimir Fringe Tiara, a piece from the collection of her mother Princess Nicholas of Greece and Denmark.

    But as the Duchess of Kent, Marina was pictured wearing the Kent City of London Fringe Tiara at events over the years.

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    She told Tatler: “She has a very strong personality and knows immediately what she wants.

    “She always has an answer for every question.

    “She visited our showroom in Milan alone, without her mother or her friends, which really impressed me.

    “She had ideas of what she wanted from the very beginning.”


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