More than thirteen hours of tears tantrums and tiaras fill this fascinating four-disc set of the Best of Toddlers and Tiaras. From first-timers to veteran pros these little girls give their all in competition for one sparkling prize: the top-title tiara. With a pizza-tossing talent and a vertical “exercise pole” these glammed-up girls never cease to amaze with their talents. There's just as much entertainment off-stage as the pageant parents share secrets and sentiments
The Iveagh Tiara. Also called the Gloucester Leafage Tiara, this piece was given to Queen Mary as a wedding present by the Earl and Countess of Iveagh in 1893. Mary then gave the tiara as a wedding gift to her new daughter-in-law, the Duchess of Gloucester (Princess Alice). The piece, which is composed of leafage motifs in diamonds, is worn by the current duchess, Birgitte, and was worn by her daughter, Lady Rose, at her 2008 wedding.