Pretty, Pretty Princess! See Diana's Most Iconic Tiara Moments
Diana wore the Spencer family tiara on her wedding day in July 1981.
One of Diana's favorite toppers was the Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara. She wore it here with an embellished Catherine Walker dress and jacket — nicknamed her "Elvis dress" in Hong Kong.
She breaks out the Spencer family tiara in St. Johns, Canada.
In Vancouver, she wears the Cambridge Lover's Knot. Diana's daughter-in-law, Princess Kate, has made the tiara her signature, too.
Here, in London, she pairs the Spencer family tiara with a dress by designer Bruce Oldfield.
The Spencer tiara is made of diamonds, which are shaped into tulips and stars. It hasn't been worn publically since her death in 1997.
The Cambridge Lover's Knot makes an appearance with a one-shouldered dress at the Itamarati Palace, which is the the official residence of the President Of Brazil. It's part of the royal family's private collection, and belongs to Queen Elizabeth.
At a banquet in London, Diana pairs the Spencer family tiara with a diamond and emerald necklace.
She later wore that necklace as a tiara — of sorts — while in Melbourne, Australia.
In a dress designed by her wedding dress designers, David and Elizabeth Emmanuel, Diana wears the Cambridge Lover's Knot.