The romantic floral piece originally belonged to the late Queen Mother and was named in her honour.
Born Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, her parents, the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne, gifted it to her in 1923, shortly before her wedding to the Duke of York, future King George VI.
And it’s certainly not the only tiara getting a rerun. Queen Camilla also wore her late mother-in-law’s Burmese Ruby Tiara for the first time at the banquet.
It was made in 1973 using diamonds and rubies Elizabeth II received from Burma upon her marriage to Prince Philip.
They are set in a series of motifs inspired by the Tudor Rose, which is a heraldic symbol of Britain.
Meanwhile, Anne, Princess Royal wore the Diamond Festoon Tiara. It's known as her favourite tiara, with the princess wearing it on many occasions previously.