Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle may wear a tiara again for the first time since marrying Prince Harry. Pictured: Markle makes an official visit to the Joff Youth Centre in Peacehaven, Sussex on October 3, 2018 in Peacehaven, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle may wear a tiara for the first time since her royal wedding on May 19 sometime this month.

When she and Prince Harry head to Fiji, they will be attending a state dinner hosted by Jioji Konrote, the president of Fiji. Since the event is a formal gathering, the Duchess of Sussex may be required to wear a tiara again.

George Cook, a journalist for Express, claimed that Markle could follow in Princess Diana’s footsteps of wearing the headpiece she wore earlier this month again. On the other hand, Markle may also wear a tiara that will be loaned to her by Queen Elizabeth II.

On May 19, the former “Suits” star stunned in the jaw-dropping Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau Tiara. The head accessory was created in 1932, and it featured a center brooch, a flexible platinum band, and tons of diamonds.

There are restrictions on how often a female member of the royal family can wear a tiara. They are only allowed to do so after 6 p.m., and they also have to be married. But there are exceptions on when to wear a tiara, and Royals may do so on their wedding day.

Kate Middleton has worn a tiara six times she tied the knot with Prince William in 2011. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a tiara three times at a state banquet. She also donned one during a party at Buckingham Palace. When Middleton met Chinese President Xi Jinping, she also wore a tiara. Markle will be attending a similar event since she will be meeting the president of Fiji.

In related news, Markle’s lifestyle has changed since she became a member of the royal family. It has been revealed that the Duchess of Sussex’s signature has changed since she wed Prince Harry.

The former actress has dropped her surname when signing visitor’s books, and her handwriting has become clearer and neater compared to when she signed her name on a visitor’s book during her trip to Belfast.