Kate sparkles in tiara as she waits for Harry and Meghan’s Netflix show


The Princess of Wales sparkled in a sequined red evening dress and the lotus flower tiara as the royal family welcomed diplomats to Buckingham Palace as the wait for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Netflix docuseries grew more intense.

Kate joined the Prince of Wales, the King and Queen Consort for the diplomatic corps’ first reception in three years, as they greeted hundreds of guests at the glittering affair in London on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile in the US, Harry and Meghan were in New York to receive the Ripple Of Hope Award for their work on racial justice and mental health for the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights (RFKHR) organization.

The couple’s tell-all show is just hours away from airing by the streaming giant on Thursday, and the royal family is bracing for revelations, with Harry speaking of a “hierarchy in the family”, a “dirty game and warning” We know the full truth.”

The event at the palace is the first reception of the Diplomatic Corps during the king’s reign, and the monarch, his consort Camilla, eldest son and heir apparent William, and daughter-in-law Kate, a future queen, welcomed foreign ambassadors to the grand palace. occasion in the state rooms of the royal residence.

Kate wore a scarlet Jenny Packham dress, as well as a blue Royal Victorian Order sash and the late Queen’s Family Order


Kate wore a scarlet Jenny Packham dress, as well as a blue Royal Victorian Order sash and the late Queen’s Family Order, which is attached to a yellow ribbon.

Her diamond earrings belonged to Queen Elizabeth II.

The Princess has previously worn the Lotus Flower Tiara – also known as the Queen Mother’s Papyrus Tiara.

Made of diamonds in fanned-out motifs topped by floating diamond arches, it belonged to Princess Margaret.

Kate also wore it to the diplomatic reception at the Palace in 2013, and to her first state banquet in the UK in 2015 during the Chinese state visit.

Camilla once again wore the late Queen’s diamond and sapphire tiara and necklace, which she chose for the South African state banquet last month, and an Anna Valentine gown.

The late Queen was due to host the white tie meeting at Windsor Castle in March this year, but it was postponed due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

It is usually held every December, but there were no receptions in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid pandemic.

The reception traditionally includes a supper buffet and dance.