Meghan Markle May Wear a Tiara on Her Wedding Day but Only Under One Condition

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Shortly after it was announced that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were getting married, people began speculating about what the bride-to-be was going to wear on her big day. Of course, the usual questions about dress style and designer came up, but more than anything people wanted to know if Meghan would wear a tiara on her wedding day. As it turns out, she might! Under one condition, though ... 

  • In order for Meghan to wear a tiara on her wedding day, Queen Elizabeth needs to lend her one. Plain and simple.

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    Evidently, a spouse-to-be isn't automatically qualified to wear a crown or a tiara just because he or she is marrying into the royal family -- they need permission from (who else?) the Queen. In fact, according to Elite Daily, the only people allowed to wear a crown from the Crown Jewels collection are Queen Elizabeth and the queen's consort (aka, the husband, wife, spouse, or companion of a reigning monarch).

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  • But! Since Meghan is marrying Prince Harry, the Queen CAN lend her a tiara for her special day.

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    In fact, we'd be pretty surprised if she didn't. 

  • If you recall, when Kate Middleton wed Prince William in 2011, she was wearing the stunning-yet-dainty Cartier Halo Scroll Tiara. The piece, obviously, was borrowed from Queen Elizabeth's collection.

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    It's hard to imagine Kate's iconic wedding day look without the crown. 

    It seems only fitting that the Queen will lend Meghan something from the Crown Jewels, as well.

  • No matter what she wears on her big day, she's going to look stunning. But come on, Queenie, lend Meghan a tiara.

    I mean, really. Is there any other way to make one's foray into the royal family? I think not.