I also catch a peek at an attractive blond woman wearing a light gold dress, a tiara and a sash that reads "Miss Golden Berries."
It was the first time she has worn a tiara since the royal wedding.
No one ever told her the rules, and now she may lose her tiara.
Dakota graduated high school, where she was homecoming queen—“She had the tiara and everything!”
Last season on The Big Bang Theory, Amy Farrah Fowler got her tiara.
He carried a square parcel in his hand, about as big as some jewel-case that might contain a tiara.
It was for them the sign of princeship, as a tiara was the sign of godhead.
tiara looked at the recording clerk and appeared to address her testimony to him.
“I can see Carleton rather fancying himself in a tiara,” she said.
Beside him was borne the grand crown, in the form of a tiara, modelled after that of Charlemagne.
1550s, "headdress of the Persian kings" (also worn by men of rank), from Latin tiara, from Greek tiara, of unknown origin. Earlier in anglicized form tiar (1510s).