lover's knot

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a stylized or decorative knot used as an emblem of love

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JEWELS IN THE CROWN Kate this week wearing Diana's Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara
Aquire Not Desire will be well suited by the sharp course and should go well at a good price in the Lover's Knot Handicap Hurdle (5.
For the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge wore the Queen Mary's Lover's Knot tiara.
That is why it is also called Cambridge Lover's Knot.
Kate, 33, was last night spotted with the priceless Cambridge Lover's Knot piece, given to Diana in 1981 as a wedding present from the Queen.
The Queen was left the Cambridge Lover's Knot by gran Queen Mary, who commissioned it in 1914.
GROOM DANCER, sire of Lover's Knot and Arc de Triomphe hopeful Kabool, has been leased by the Cheveley Park Stud for next year.
Groom Dancer, himself a Group 1 winner, has had a successful year in Europe, siring Lover's Knot, who runs for Cheveley Park and took the Group 2 Falmouth Stakes, and Kabool, who beat Xaar in the Group 2 Guillaume d'Ornano.
What stole the show was her Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara, which belonged to Diana and was believed to one of the princess' favorite pieces of jewelry.
Giving 5lb and a beating to Gorse at Newbury was a fine effort on ground a shade faster than the official `good', then at Royal Ascot he improved again to split high-class pair Diktat and Lover's Knot over seven furlongs on softish ground.
There were plenty of warm embraces at Freemason Lodge after Lover's Knot had landed a gamble in Wednesday's Falmouth Stakes.
com/celebrity-news/news/duchess-kate-wears-princess-dianas-tiara-in-new-royal-portrait-w454803) Us Weekly , the tiara Middleton was photographed wearing is known as the Cambridge Lover's Knot and was a favorite of the late Princess Diana.
com/style/2016/12/kate-middleton-tiara-princess-diana-second-time) Vanity Fair reported that this is the second time the Duchess of Cambridge has worn the Cambridge Lover's Knot.
For not only does he handle Diktat and Daring Derek, a disappointing 10th in the Italian 2,000 Guineas, but he is the former trainer of Lover's Knot, an 11-length winner at Yarmouth last week for Sir Michael Stoute.
According to the museum, this work belongs to a subset of folk art called True Lover's Knots, whose hallmarks include minute handwriting, fancy scrollwork, and messages of love arrayed around a labyrinth.