Introducing Lola, Duchess Of Yorkshire...Terrier : News Photo

Introducing Lola, Duchess Of Yorkshire...Terrier

BRADWELL ON SEA, UNITED KINGDOM - UNDATED: Collect photo of Louise Harris, 32, (L) carrying Lola and Bev Nicholson, 47, (R) carrying Mugly during the UK's most expensive dog wedding in Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex, England. Pet-mad Louise Harris, from Chelmsford, Essex, has always treated her dogs like royalty and has now had two tiaras custom-made so her Yorkie Lola can look just like Kate Middleton on her wedding day. Louise, 32, spent GBP£20,00.000 on a dog wedding for Yorkshire Terrier Lola earlier this year, where the pooch married a Chinese Crested dog called Mugly. But while that bash was lavish, Louise, got even more ambitious after watching the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton last month. Now Louise - who has spent more than GBP£100,000.00 on Lola and her other two Yorkshire Terriers - has had a pair of posh headpieces constructed at GBP£400 each so Lola can look like a dog version of the royal bride. Both are meant to be mini replicas of the tiara Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge -wore when she married Prince William on April 29. While Kate's version was a priceless Cartier 'halo' tiara loaned to her by the Queen, Lola's were pieced together by bespoke jewellers Latimer Couture using Swarovski crystal and genuine silver. Wearing her own GBP£500 bespoke tiara and matching necklace, Louise said: 'I've always seen Lola as my little princess, so it was only fitting she had a tiara just like Kate's. 'Now I can call her the Duchess of Yorkshire Terrier!' (Photo by Nick Obank / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)
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BRADWELL ON SEA, UNITED KINGDOM - UNDATED: Collect photo of Louise Harris, 32, (L) carrying Lola and Bev Nicholson, 47, (R) carrying Mugly during the UK's most expensive dog wedding in Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex, England. Pet-mad Louise Harris, from Chelmsford, Essex, has always treated her dogs like royalty and has now had two tiaras custom-made so her Yorkie Lola can look just like Kate Middleton on her wedding day. Louise, 32, spent GBP£20,00.000 on a dog wedding for Yorkshire Terrier Lola earlier this year, where the pooch married a Chinese Crested dog called Mugly. But while that bash was lavish, Louise, got even more ambitious after watching the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton last month. Now Louise - who has spent more than GBP£100,000.00 on Lola and her other two Yorkshire Terriers - has had a pair of posh headpieces constructed at GBP£400 each so Lola can look like a dog version of the royal bride. Both are meant to be mini replicas of the tiara Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge -wore when she married Prince William on April 29. While Kate's version was a priceless Cartier 'halo' tiara loaned to her by the Queen, Lola's were pieced together by bespoke jewellers Latimer Couture using Swarovski crystal and genuine silver. Wearing her own GBP£500 bespoke tiara and matching necklace, Louise said: 'I've always seen Lola as my little princess, so it was only fitting she had a tiara just like Kate's. 'Now I can call her the Duchess of Yorkshire Terrier!' (Photo by Nick Obank / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)
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