Lady Patricia Ramsay attended four coronations, 1902, 1911, 1937 and 1953, but she did not appear to wear the same coronet at each one,
or perhaps it all depends on which element is worn at the centre front or shown there in the photos.
I wonder if the coronets can actually be worn in any position, whether or not it is correct to do that.
Below, 1902 as Princess Patricia of Connaught
Below, 1911 as Princess Patricia of Connaught
From The Golden Book of Royalty, by Robert Golden
Seated: the Duke and Duchess of Connaught
Standing from left: Princess Patricia of Connaught, Prince Arthur of Connaught, Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden, nee Connaught, and her husband Crown Prince Gustav Adolf
For the five royal coronets, I think I can see three versions - crosses and fleurs, crosses and leaves, and crosses fleurs and leaves
Below, 1937 as Lady Patricia Ramsay
We can see fleurs and leaves.
Below, 1953 as Lady Patricia Ramsay
Is the coronet crosses and fleurs?
Coronets from Wikipedia
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