MEGHAN'S SECRET PLAN FAILED - KATE WAS SMARTER: The most expensive thing left behind by Diana will not be inherited by Meghan Markle's daughter

Meghan Markle thought Princess Diana’s expensive tiara would be inherited by her daughter Lilibet, but it seems to disappoint.

MEGHAN'S SECRET PLAN FAILED -  KATE WAS SMARTER: The most expensive thing left behind by Diana will not be inherited by Meghan Markle's daughter

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One of the most expensive things Lady Diana left behind was the famous tiara she wore to her wedding to Charles. Although Meghan thought she would be succeeded by Lilibet Dianashe would still belong to someone else.

Months have passed since the scandalous interview with Oprah Winfrey, and the whole rumor about Meghan and Harry is not calming down at all.

Their subsequent actions did not alleviate the situation, which was more heated day by day, and apart from the war with the royal family, many got the impression that the rivalry between the brothers was happening slowly but surely.

Also, many blamed Meghan the most for it because Harry separated from the family. One of the items that raised dust is the relationship between the 'daughters-in-law', ie Kate and Meghan, and how far the quarrel has gone, at least articles about them in the media, speak in favor and state that daughters-in-law are competing for the most valuable thing - Diana's legacy.

According to The Sun, it is an unrealistically beautiful tiara worn by the favorite princess at her wedding to Charles and which has 1,000 diamonds.

Meghan reportedly cast an eye on this ornament, believing it to be logical that it would belong to Lilibet Diana. In fact, from the moment little Lilibet was born, the Duchess of Sussex is convinced that she will be Diana's only real heiress, and among other things, she bears her name. However, her alleged plans fell through because the tiara would not belong to her daughter.

The heiress to one of the most valuable crowns is none other than Charlotte, who also bears the name of her grandmother Diana in her name. She will be able to wear it when she is old enough, say sources close to the royal family, but it is possible that due to strict procedures she will have to wait for her own wedding.

Australian magazine ‘New Idea’ claims that Charlotte knows about the tiara and can’t wait to try it out one day. Tiara ‘Spencer’ was in Diana’s family for almost a century before she wore it on her 1981 wedding day with Charles.

Traditionally, royal brides wait for their wedding day before wearing the piece for the first time. Meghan Markle borrowed from the Queen a tiara for her wedding to Harry in 2018, which originally belonged to Queen Mary, but when it comes to Diana’s crown, unfortunately, little Lilibet will be left empty-handed.

By: Olivia J. - Gossip Whispers