While Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are two of the most famous commoners right now married (or set to marry) royalty, Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden is another lucky ordinay gal who wed a prince. An when she married to Prince Carl Philip in 2015, she wore a beautiful tiara that was fit for a princess.

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - JUNE 13: Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his wife Princess Sofia of Sweden salute the crowd after their marriage ceremony on June 13, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by Ragnar Singsaas/Getty Images)

The Art Deco-style tiara features graduated diamond palmette motifs topped by a set of graduated pear-shaped emeralds. It was given to her as a wedding gift by her new in-laws, Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia.

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - DECEMBER 10: Princess Sofia of Sweden attends the Nobel Prize Banquet 2017 at City Hall on December 10, 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/WireImage)

The princess certainly seems to be making good use of her gift. She attended the 2017 Nobel Prize Award ceremony in Stockholm on Sunday wearing a lace gown and a very familiar headpiece. If you look closely at her tiara, you can see that it’s the same one Princess Sofia wore to her nuptials. There’s one key difference, though; the emeralds have been replaced with pearls for a more subtle — but still gorgeous — look.

While the transformation is a temporary one (the emeralds are set to return), it definitely shows off the versatility of her royal accessory. Turns out even nobility aren’t above a wardrobe hack here and there.

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(Photos via Ragnar Singsaas, Pascal Le Segretain, Julian Parker/UK Press/Getty)