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Wedding photograph of Princess Kira Kirilovna of Russia and Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia, in 1938.

Wedding photograph of Princess Kira Kirilovna of Russia and Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia, in 1938.

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Carolina de Monaco and Grace Kelly

Carolina de Monaco and Grace Kelly

1914: Prince Felix Yusupov and Princess Irina Alexandrovna of Russia.

1914: Prince Felix Yusupov and Princess Irina Alexandrovna of Russia.

Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia

Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia

Wedding portrait of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia and Pss Kira Kirillovna of Russia. 1938

Wedding portrait of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia and Pss Kira Kirillovna of Russia. 1938

The Meander tiara was passed down to Cecilie and Wilhelm's second son,  Louis Ferdinand, and worn by his bride,  Grand Duchess Kyra Kirilovna of Russia, when the couple married in 1938

The Meander tiara was passed down to Cecilie and Wilhelm's second son, Louis Ferdinand, and worn by his bride, Grand Duchess Kyra Kirilovna of Russia, when the couple married in 1938

Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia and his bride, Countess Donata of Castell-Rudenhausen, on their wedding day, 25 May 1975. The couple had 2 children: son Prince Georg Friedrich, now head of the House of Hohenzollern, and daughter Princess Cornelie-Cecile, born after LF's death.

Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia and his bride, Countess Donata of Castell-Rudenhausen, on their wedding day, 25 May 1975. The couple had 2 children: son Prince Georg Friedrich, now head of the House of Hohenzollern, and daughter Princess Cornelie-Cecile, born after LF's death.

The Prussian Meander Tiara: Prince Wilhelm commissioned it in 1905 as a wedding gift for his bride, Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. GD Kira Kirillovna of Russia, wore it when she married Wilhelm and Cecilie's son, Prince Louis Ferdinand, in 1938. Almost thirty years later, her daughter, Princess Marie-Cécile, wore the tiara at her wedding to Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg. Princess Sophie of Isenburg, wife of Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia, wore it at her wedding reception in 2011.

The Prussian Meander Tiara: Prince Wilhelm commissioned it in 1905 as a wedding gift for his bride, Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. GD Kira Kirillovna of Russia, wore it when she married Wilhelm and Cecilie's son, Prince Louis Ferdinand, in 1938. Almost thirty years later, her daughter, Princess Marie-Cécile, wore the tiara at her wedding to Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg. Princess Sophie of Isenburg, wife of Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia, wore it at her wedding reception in 2011.

Grand Duchesses Kira (left) and Maria (right) Kirillovna of Russia

Grand Duchesses Kira (left) and Maria (right) Kirillovna of Russia

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