Amy's tiara was a gift from Sheldon in The Shiny Trinket Maneuver back when they were boyfriend and girlfriend, after Sheldon upset Amy by talking only about himself and ignoring her exciting news on their date.
Although Amy was primed to dismiss Sheldon's attempt to buy her off with a transparent gift, she was overjoyed when she saw it was a tiara. A gleeful Amy repeatedly asked Penny to put the tiara on her before declaring she was a princess.
Amy would later wear her tiara when she was a bridesmaid at Howard and Bernadette's wedding , when she joined Penny and Bernadette at afternoon tea , on her wedding day , and finally when she and Sheldon were presented with Nobel prizes .
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Amy's Tiara - Featured in these episodes:
After Sheldon upsets Amy by talking about himself on their date and ignoring her exciting news, he tries to make things up to her with a gift from the jewelry store, ultimately settling on a tiara.
Amy wears her tiara when she is maid of honor at Howard and Bernadette's wedding.
Amy wears her tiara when she joins Penny and Bernadette at a fancy hotel for afternoon tea.
Amy wears her tiara under her wedding veil when she and Sheldon get married.
Amy wears her tiara when she and Sheldon are presented with their Nobel prizes in Stockholm.