The crown jewels Princess Charlotte will inherit, including Diana's most famous possessions
What a lucky little girl
Princess Charlotte is expected to inherit the tiara Diana wore for her 1981 wedding, it's been revealed.
Prince William has reportedly asked that Charlotte be gifted the headpiece, which is currently owned by Diana's brother, Charles, 9th Earl Spencer.
A palace source told New Idea: "William is close with his uncle and has asked if his mother's namesake tiara can be given to Charlotte someday. William is quite aware the earl has daughters of his own, but the two have agreed that Diana's iconic piece belongs to her first granddaughter."
"Lotte knows all about her 'Granny Diana' – after all, Diana is one of her middle names. She’s also seen pictures of her wearing the tiara.
"Charlotte is more than aware that she's a princess, and she’s already got plastic tiaras and gowns to play dress-ups in. It’s very cute."
In addition to the Spencer Tiara, Charlotte stands to inherit the Queen's favorite crown, the Vladimir Tiara. The piece, estimated to be worth almost $19 million, features interchangeable emeralds which once belonged to Mary Adelaide, Queen Mary's mother.
As the Cambridge Princess, it makes sense that the Queen passes this piece to Charlotte. Not only will Charlotte own the sparking crown, she's also rumored to be in line for the matching necklace.
"The Queen plans to hand down to Charlotte the incredible Cambridge emerald tiara, as it is also known informally, and its accompanying necklace, which is a favorite of both hers and her beloved grandmother."
No Claire's Accessories for this gal.