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Anne at 70: Her best tiara moments

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As Princess Anne celebrates her 70th birthday, let’s look at some of her best tiara moments. The Princess Royal mainly uses three tiaras: the Festoon Tiara, the Meander Tiara, and the Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara.

At one of her first state dinners, Princess Anne wore the Meander Tiara. The Princess Royal is pictured here at Windsor Castle for a state dinner in honour of President Saragat of Italy on 24 April 1969.

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Princess Anne is pictured with her mother, Queen Elizabeth, during a state dinner at the Hotel Imperial in Austria on 7 May 1969. Princess Anne is wearing the Meander Tiara.

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Princess Anne wore the Cartier Halo Tiara on a visit to New Zealand on 16 March 1970.

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Princess Anne is pictured here with Queen Elizabeth and former Yugoslavian political leader Josip Tito during a state visit to the country in October 1972. Princess Anne is wearing the Meander Tiara.

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On her wedding day, 14 November 1973, Princess Anne followed in her mother’s footsteps and wore Queen Mary’s Fringe Tiara.

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Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence are pictured here arriving at Buckingham Palace for the state dinner in honour of King Felipe and Queen Letizia on 12 July 2017. Princess Anne is wearing the Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara.

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On the second day of King Felipe and Queen Letizia’s state visit to the UK, Princess Anne attended the Lord Mayor’s Banquet at the Guildhall, representing the Royal Family. She wore the Festoon Tiara.

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Princess Anne enters the state dinner in honour of President Donald Trump on 3 June 2019 alongside Jared Kushner wearing the Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara.

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Jess is a communications professional and freelance writer who lives in Halifax and has a passion for all things royal, particularly the British Royal Family.