Members of the Royal Family have stepped out in a dazzling array of tiaras over the years. Creative resource Design Bundles has analysed the average number of Google searches the royal headpieces receive to see which is the most popular.
According to the research, the Spencer Tiara Diana wore on her wedding day is the most popular. The stunning tiara receives an average of 66,000 searches on Google a year.
The Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara, most recently worn by Kate, is second with 40,320 searches. The Duchess of Cambridge has donned the glittering headpiece on a number of occasions
The Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara was also previously worn by Diana. The third most searched headpiece is the Queen’s Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara. According to the research, it racks up an average of 30,600 Google searches a year.
In fourth place is the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara worn by Princess Eugenie for her royal wedding. Eugenie borrowed the beautiful tiara, which features an eye-catching emerald centrepiece, from her grandmother the Queen.
The tiara is searched for on Google an average of 20,800 times a year, according to the research.