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As per reports by People magazine the Spencer Tiara belongs to the Spencer family which can be traced back to their aristocratic period during the Tudor period.
The Tiara has been put on display, however, has not been worn by anyone in public since Princess Diana’s death. The Tiara was worn after 21 years.
According to People, Queen Elizabeth had lent the lover’s knot tiara for Princess Diana to wear at her wedding, but she decided to wear her family tiara to the wedding.
Princess Diana wore the lover’s knot tiara as well after she got married but continued to wear the Spencer tiara as it was known to be lighter and easier to wear.
Since the tiara isn’t a part of the royal jewels, it’s highly unlikely that it will be seen on either Kate Middleton or Meghan Markle.