The royals brought out their best tiaras for the state dinner, but onlookers are speculating that Queen Elizabeth II may have been sending a subtle message to President Donald Trump. The rubies in her tiara had a special meaning.

The Queen wore jewels made by the House of Garrard. She commissioned the tiara in 1973 to include 96 rubies that were given to her by Burma as a wedding gift. According to a press release from Garrard, they also have another meaning:

“The 96 rubies are a symbolic gesture, as rubies in Burmese culture protect from illness and evil, in this case to protect the wearer from the 96 diseases that can afflict humans. The rubies and diamonds are set in a series of rose motifs inspired by the Tudor Rose, the heraldic symbol of Britain.”

Many believe wearing a crown that wards off evil to the state dinner was a dig at President Donald Trump.

Ahead of his trip, Trump insulted both the Duchess of Sussex and the mayor of London. The President called Meghan Markle “nasty” after hearing she called him “misogynistic.” He later denied he said it in spite of a recording. He also called Mayor Sadiq Khan a “stone cold loser” after Khan, in a video for Elle UK, said Trump’s values were in opposition to those of Londoners.

Of course, the Queen didn’t actually do anything that would indicate ill will toward the president. It’s strictly forbidden for the royals to talk politics.

The monarch’s earrings and necklace seemed to match the tiara, but they were actually made decades before. Garrard made the jewelry with opals for Queen Victoria in 1854. Queen Alexandra later modified the accessories to include rubies instead.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall, stuck to old favorites. Kate wore the Lover’s Knot tiara. Princess Diana wore the crown often, and Kate has worn it quite a few times before.

Camilla did not borrow her tiara. She brought out one of her own. Her Greville tiara, as well as her pink topaz, pearl and diamond necklace, are believed to be gifts from Prince Charles.

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President Donald Trump listens as Queen Elizabeth II makes a speech during a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on June 3, 2019 in London, England. Dominic Lipinski- WPA Pool/Getty Images