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The distinctive Ruby Olive Wreath Tiara worn today by Queen Anne-Marie of Greece has been in the Greek royal family for decades -- but it took a bit of a detour through another royal family along the way. Here's a look at the chain of inheritance of this classic tiara...
|Queen Olga of the Hellenes: Original owner of the tiara, which was a gift from her husband, King George I of the Hellenes|
|Prince and Princess Nicholas of Greece and Denmark: Inherited the tiara from his mother, Queen Olga, in 1926; sometimes lent the tiara to her daughter, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent|
|Princess Olga of Yugoslavia: Inherited the tiara from her father, Prince Nicholas, in 1938 |
|King Paul and Queen Friederike of the Hellenes: Purchased the tiara from his cousin, Princess Olga, who had gone into exile; worn above by Friederike during a state visit to the United Kingdom|
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