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News reports was one of the princess' favorite pieces of jewelry.

Last night, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace, hosted by Queen Elizabeth II, to honour Spain's King Felipe and Queen Letizia's arrival to the UK.

The famous tiara is the famous jewellery, which was made by royal jewellers Garrard in 1914 for Queen Mary.

But while Kate Middleton is married to a prince and is raising her children as Prince George and Princess Charlotte, she has adopted the title Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, rather than Princess.

The pièce de résistance of Kate's look, though, was the diamond and pearl Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara.

Kate drew further attention to her decolletage with an eye-catching diamond and ruby drop necklace, the ruby boucheron bandeau, which once belonged to the Queen Mother. Like the duchess, she wore a tiara, and hers is known as La Buena.

Queen Letizia of Spain went for her country's national colour and impressed with a bejewelled ruby red gown, highlighting her curves.

According to the Daily Express, guests dined on a feast including poached fillet of salmon trout with fennel in a white wine veloute sauce, Scottish beef medallions with bone marrow and truffles, runner beans with sauteed radishes, celeriac salad, fondant potatoes, yellow and green zucchini and summer squash and dark chocolate and raspberry tarts.

The Spanish royals had been postponed from June due to the election in the United Kingdom called by Prime Minister Theresa May. Harry, who attended a state banquet for the first time, sat with Rose Hanbury, a family friend. Philip was making his final ceremonial engagement with this state banquet before his retirement starts this fall. They are a gift of sorts, bestowed from the Queen to her various relatives as a thanks for their service to the family. Queen Elizabeth II hosted a state banquet to honour Spain's King Felipe and Queen Letizia who are now visiting the UK. Just occasionally, a state visit can provide an opportunity for great personal happiness also. A safe bet is that she'll get the Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II first.

"The relationship between our two nations is dynamic and modern".

So why don't we call her a princess, as surely that is what she technically is?


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