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EntertainmentThe royal tiara rules you never knew existed

10:05  07 december  2018
10:05  07 december  2018 Source:   nowtolove.co.nz

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It turns out there a very strict royal rules the females in the royal family have to follow when it comes to their headwear. The rule has been stretched to women on their wedding day. For Kate, Meghan and Princess Eugenie their wedding days marked the first time they ever adorned the dazzling item.

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The royal tiara rules you never knew existed © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Yes, there's a right way and a wrong way to put a tiara on your head... We've compiled a list of everything you need to know about royal tiaras. But the Duchess of Cambridge's regal headpiece sparked a lot of curiosity: Why hasn't Meghan Markle worn a tiara since the royal wedding? Why does Kate wear the same bejeweled item?

It turns out there very strict royal rules the females in the royal family have to follow when it comes to their headwear. Here are five important rules you need to know…

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When can women wear a tiara?

It has been tradition for numerous years that only a married woman, or bride, can wear a tiara.

The rule has been stretched to women on their wedding day. For Kate, Meghan and Princess Eugenie, their wedding days marked the first time they ever adorned the dazzling item.

Etiquette expert, Grant Harrold, previously told the BBC: "For married ladies it was a sign of status and would show you were taken and not looking for a husband. For the gentleman it was a clear sign not to make advances toward the lady in question."

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Time restrictions

Some may think once married, a woman can wear a tiara whenever they choose. But it is not as simple as that. Marie Claire previously reported a tiara or crown cannot be worn before 6pm because diamond headwear is considered formal attire.

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In addition, tiaras are a must for a royal bride’s wedding day. Though that tiara would be from the bride’s family, tradition says that from that point on, she would be expected to wear the groom’s jewelry as a sign that she was now Learn about 50 more things you never knew about the royal family .

There are etiquette rules governing what members of the Royal Family wear to public engagements - from gloves, to military uniforms "The old rule is that hats are never worn indoors after 6pm, because that is when the ladies changed into evening dress, and tiaras and the family jewels would come out.

However, there is an exception to the rule. When royal guests are required to attend a special royal engagement they can then break the rule, for example at the royal weddings, which took place earlier this year.

Choosing the tiara

When a woman finally gets to wear a tiara there are historical traditions to follow.

It is typically expected for a female to chose a headpiece from their family collection on their wedding day, but following their special day the bride will then get to select their headwear from their husband's family's variety, Bustle has previously reported.

However, Kate and Meghan were unable to follow this protocol as they were not part of the royal family, and instead the pair borrowed elaborate accessories from the British monarch.

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Tiara's placement

As children girls simply plonked a tiara on their head and hoped it wouldn't fall off. But there is a specific method to follow when placing a crown on your head.

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According to Tatler, the wearer should abide by the following procedure to get the correct position: Place the thumb on the middle of the chin and the index finger in the gap between eyebrow, then simply move the fingers up until the thumb ends up where the index finger was, and that is where the base of the tiara must sit.

When to wear a tiara?

Once married women are allowed to wear a tiara to most formal occasions, but the decision to don the expensive headpiece, which has been in the royal family for decades, is based on the dress code as well as the wearer's personal preference, a source told Hello!.

For example, Meghan attended a black tie reception in Fiji earlier this year, and though she could have worn a tiara, she refrained from doing so. While, Kate decided to wear a tiara for a more formal state dinner.

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