The Royal Jewels truly represent the mystery and majesty of Monarchy on display, with the Imperial State Crown itself featuring no less than 2,800 diamonds.
This is a fascinating glimpse into the world of the Queen's personal jewellery collection.
After her death many of Princess Margaret's extraordinary jewels and possessions were put up for auction by her children in order to pay her inheritance tax.
These included the tiara that she wore at her wedding to Lord Snowdon.
A fascinating insight into the creation of Princess Diana's fashion style, from pie-crust collars to Versace and vintage Givenchy. We meet the visionaries who helped her establish her personal 'brand' and follow her transformation into the world's best-dressed Royal, spanning ten whirlwind years...
The priceless collection of the british Crown Jewels is beyond compare and associated with countless legends and intriguing stories.
Not only have the jewels survived wars, revolution and theft, they continue to draw thousands of visitors to London each year.