17 July 2016

Camilla's Most Magnificent Necklaces

The Duchess of Cornwall at CHOGM in Uganda in 2007 (Photo: Pool/Getty Images)

Happy birthday to the Duchess of Cornwall! Camilla turns 69 years young today, and to celebrate, we're looking at some of the most amazing necklaces she's worn so far during her tenure as a Windsor.



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Diamonds and turquoises at the 2012 Sun Military Awards


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Delicate amethysts for the 2006 Royal Variety Performance


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The Diamond Serpent Necklace at a state dinner in Colombia in 2014


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A gorgeous amethyst heart at the Royal Film Performance of Skyfall in 2012


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A three-stranded pearl necklace with a vivid clasp (reportedly either an aquamarine or a blue topaz) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2005


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A five-stranded pearl necklace with a massive pink topaz and diamond clasp at Royal Ascot in 2009


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An astonishingly elaborate ruby and diamond necklace at the Royal Film Performance of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel in 2015


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A massive ruby and diamond necklace (possibly a Saudi gift) at the Philadelphia Academy of Music in 2007


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A modern necklace of diamonds and square emeralds (possibly a Saudi gift) at the Royal Variety Performance in 2010


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A diamond necklace with a huge floral diamond and sapphire pendant at the Royal Variety Performance in 2013


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An absolutely classic diamond and aquamarine necklace at the Classical Brit Awards in 2009


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A glittering demi-parure of clustered diamonds at a gala dinner in Madrid in 2011


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The magnificent full, five-stranded Greville Festoon Necklace in Uganda for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in 2007