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Wedding ceremonies are full of customs passed down from family, culture, and religion, but perhaps nothing is more symbolic of Western nuptial tradition than the

The Crown Jewels are the most complete collection of royal regalia in the world

The Crown Jewels are the most complete collection of royal regalia in the world

On display at Buckingham Palace are the glamour and glitter of evening outfits, the power of uniforms, streamlined daywear - and hats

On display at Buckingham Palace are the glamour and glitter of evening outfits, the power of uniforms, streamlined daywear - and hats

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The Imperial State Crown in gold, platinum and silver. The interior is lined with a beaded velvet hat with an ermine rim. The crown is adorned with 2868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 5 rubies including the Saint Edward sapphire, the no less famous Black Prince ruby ​​(which is actually a spinel), as well as the Cullinan II diamond and the sap of the Fire Stuarts. Photo: Royal Collection Trust

The Imperial State Crown in gold, platinum and silver. The interior is lined with a beaded velvet hat with an ermine rim. The crown is adorned with 2868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 5 rubies including the Saint Edward sapphire, the no less famous Black Prince ruby ​​(which is actually a spinel), as well as the Cullinan II diamond and the sap of the Fire Stuarts. Photo: Royal Collection Trust

Portrait photograph of Queen Victoria (1819–1901), c. 1893 | Royal Collection Trust

Photographic portrait of Queen Victoria in three-quarters length, seated and facing three-quarters to the right. The photograph has been taken outdoors. The Queen wears a hat and light-coloured cape with dark tulle frills and is holding a closed fan.

1751The Family of Frederick, Prince of Wales (detail).  By George Knapton - Royal Collection Trust, UK.

1751The Family of Frederick, Prince of Wales (detail). By George Knapton - Royal Collection Trust, UK.

The Royal Family on Twitter: "Happy #YorkshireDay!   This brooch from @RCT features the White Rose of Yorkshire & was given to the bridesmaids at the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of York in 1893.… https://t.co/ZLbbPMiWnV"

“Happy #YorkshireDay! This brooch from @RCT features the White Rose of Yorkshire & was given to the bridesmaids at the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of York in 1893.”

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