|Queen Mary's Honeysuckle Tiara (Photo: LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)|
|Queen Mary wears the original tiara (Photo: Grand Ladies Site)|
|Queen Mary wears the original tiara (Image: Grand Ladies Site)|
But although the tiara could be worn in so many different configurations, Mary didn’t really keep it all that long. In 1935, she offered the tiara to her new daughter-in-law, Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott, when she married Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester. But before Mary gave the tiara away, she had a new diamond piece, which also features a honeysuckle design motif, created to fit the tiara’s central space.
|Photos: Chris Jackson/Getty Images, LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images, Chris Jackson/Getty Images|
|The Duchess of Gloucester wears the tiara (Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)|
|Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images|
Note: This is an updated version of an earlier post, with new text and images.