The Royals have organised the event at the state banquet at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening.
State banquets are a highlight in the calendar for any royal watcher as they are one of the rare occasions when royal women wear tiaras.
According to reports, the Princess of Wales is known for wearing a pearl-dropped Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara.
The tiara was also a favorite of her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.
Kate glowed in the Cartier Halo tiara on her 2011 wedding day to Prince William
Queen Camilla, 75 follows a different taste when it comes to tiara.
Kate glowed in the Cartier Halo tiara on her 2011 wedding day to Prince William and twinkled in the Lotus Flower tiara for two previous diplomatic evenings.
Kate most recently reached for the Cambridge Lover’s Knot for the Diplomatic Corps reception in December 2019, an annual event for 1,000 guests including ambassadors, high commissioners and Government officials.
On the other hand, Queen Camilla, 75, follows a different taste when it comes to tiaras.
The Queen Consort has sparkled in the Greville Tiara at least eight times since she married King Charles, defined by its distinctive honeycomb design.
The Royals have organised the event at the state banquet at Buckingham Palace
It further stated that she has similarly shimmered in the unmissable Delhi Durbar tiara and floral Cubitt Tiara, which The Court Jeweller reports is a Shand family heirloom.
For the Royal Family, tiaras are reserved for married women, and a woman who attends an event sans tiara is on the market.
With the Covid pandemic restrictions, the upcoming state visit will be the first hosted by the British Royal Family since the then-US President Donald Trump visited the UK in 2019.
The Royals with new ranks will take a central role in helping host the first couple of South Africa during their visit.
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However, his will be a poignant one, as it’s the first that Charles has hosted in his own right as sovereign.
President Ramaphosa will arrive privately in the UK on Monday November 21, beginning the first South African state visit since President Jacob Zuma in 2010.
He will be formally welcomed the following day when the Prince and Princess of Wales greet him on behalf of the King at the five-star Corinthia Hotel, in London, which has hosted everyone from Beyoncé to former President Bill Clinton.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK