As reported by Hello, the US state visit was the tenth time Kate wore a tiara. Next month, the Queen will be hosting a Diplomatic Corps reception at Buckingham Palace which is where the public are likely to spot Kate next wearing her sparkling tiara. The event will host some 1,000 guests which will include ambassadors, government officials and senior members of the Royal Family.
An invitee even shared her invite on her Instagram story.
The dress code is reportedly “Evening Dress - White Tie or National Dress”.
The invite also instructs: “Full Ceremonial Evening Dress for Serving Officers” and “Decorations.”
The “white ties and decorations” means tailcoats for men and full-length gowns for women.
Tiara, medals and Royal Orders will be displayed also by those that possess them.
According to royal blogger Gerts Royal, the Cambridges have attended all but one of the receptions since 2013.
In 2014, the event clashed with Kate and William’s three day tour of the United States.
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was a regular attendee but has not visited since 2016 having since retired from public duty.
Charles and Camilla were on a tour to Commonwealth members and the Middle East during the 2011 event.
Camilla did not attend in 2015.
Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex have not attended since 2010.
That year also saw the attendance of the Queen’s cousin Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester.
The following year Richard was joined by his wife Birgitte, the Duchess of Gloucester as well as Prince Michael of Kent and Princess Michael of Kent.
Kate recently accompanied William on a royal trip to Pakistan.
The last royals to travel to the southeast Asian states were Charles and Camilla in 2006.
Despite Pakistan gaining independence from Britain in 1947, it reigned a Dominion under the Crown until 1956.
The Queen visited Pakistan along with Philip in 1961.
She has been Queen since 1952 following the death of her father King George VI.
Charles is first in the line of succession.
It is then followed by William and Prince George.