12 February 2016

This Week in Royal Jewels: February 5-11

February 5-11, 2016

We've got some unexpected showstoppers in store this week! Be sure to vote for your favorite in the poll below...

10. Queen Letizia of Spain wore a pair of square diamond earrings as she viewed accessibility renovations at the Royal Palace in Madrid on Wednesday.

9. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands is currently visiting Pakistan, and on Wednesday, we got a good glimpse of a pair of intriguing statement earrings and her engagement and wedding rings.

8. On Thursday, the Duchess of Cornwall wore one of her insect brooches as she received an honorary doctorate from the University of Southampton.

7. I believe Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg chose pearl drop earrings for a lovely set of new portraits in honor of her upcoming wedding anniversary.

6. Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wore an interesting silver-toned bracelet as she attended a conference on girls and technology in Oslo on Wednesday. (I'm not exactly sure, but I think it may have been related to the conference itself?)

5. The Duchess of Cornwall selected her pearl necklace with the diamond and sapphire art deco clasp for a visit to a hospice on Wednesday.

4. Queen Maxima wore an impressive pair of turquoise earrings for the first day of her visit to Pakistan on Tuesday.

3. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore her gold and ruby floral brooch for a church service in Norfolk on Sunday.

2. The biggest royal brooch of the week was certainly the one donned by the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore the Dacre Brooch on Sunday. Read more about the piece over here!

1. My top spot of the week has to go to Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, who went major with her earrings at the Global Change Awards in Stockholm on Wednesday.