Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, both 41, have been invited to participate in King Charles III’s coronation, however, it is not confirmed yet whether the Duchess of Sussex will attend. But if she does, a style expert claims that she and the Princess of Wales will both wear a version of a tiara on the special occasion.
Style expert Rosie Harte, who runs the TikTok channel @theroyalwardrobe, told her followers: “Did you know that Kate and Meghan will get to wear tiaras and crowns at the coronation?
“Well technically they’re not crowns, they’re coronets which are little small crowns.
“Members of the Royal Family and members of the titled nobility such as Dukes and Duchesses will also get to wear them and the design of the coronet varies based on your rank and your relationship to the monarch.
“Harry, Meghan and Kate as the son and daughters-in-law of the monarch will get to wear this coronet featuring crosses and fleur de lis.
“As the Prince of Wales, William will get to wear a special coronet, his father’s old coronet.”
However, when Prince William, 40, is eventually crowned, Kate will get to wear a more magnificent crown as opposed to a coronet, just like Queen Camilla will on May 6.
When William is crowned King of England, Kate will be crowned Queen Consort “in a similar but simpler ceremony” according to the Royal Family’s official website.
According to The Sun, it is likely she will wear the Queen Mother’s impressive crown.