You Can Now Get a $60 Replica of Princess Eugenie's Emerald Wedding Tiara

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Updated 11/20/18

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Although Princess Eugenie's actual wedding-day look (custom Peter Pilotto wedding dress and all) may be a bit out of your price range, you can now snag a similar wedding hair accessory at a totally affordable price. Online retailer The Royal Look For Less has just released a replica of the tiara Princess Eugenie donned for her royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank—for only $60.

Sure, this lookalike tiara doesn't have the enviable jewels or royal history of the original, but the price can't be beat. The Royal Look For Less actually created the emerald and diamond headpiece after fans expressed interest in the gorgeous, glittering tiara. “We ran a poll on whether fans wanted us to create a Princess Eugenie tiara replica and the response was overwhelmingly positive,” Kaye Thomas, marketing and PR manager for the brand, told People. “Many online polls indicated that majority of voters preferred Princess Eugenie’s tiara over Meghan’s."

The actual tiara that the royal bride wore was borrowed from her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, and was made originally by Boucheron for society figure and philanthropist Dame Margaret Helen Greville in 1919. This gave the tiara the name it holds now: the Greville Emerald tiara. After Greville died in 1942, the crown was given to Queen Elizabeth's mother, Queen Mother, and then to her.

“Our team took the day off to watch Princess Eugenie’s wedding, and I think we all gasped at the sheer beauty,” Thomas added. “It was definitely a refreshing piece, and it had a vintage and modern look to it. Emerald is a beautiful earthy color for a fall wedding.”

The replica hairpiece is only on sale for the next eight days and purchases during that period will include a free pair of matching Princess Eugenie Inspired Earrings that retail for $22. You can also find plenty of other royal-inspired pieces on the site, which even has a Meghan Collection and a Kate Collection for those royally obsessed with the duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge.

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