12 September 2016

Jewels at the Pique Nique Monegasque

The Grimaldis attend Pique Nique Monegasque (Photo: PLS Pool/Getty Images)

The princely family of Monaco attended the annual "Pique Nique Monegasque" on Saturday, and while Prince Jacques easily stole the show, we did get a glimpse of some interesting pieces of jewelry. Here's a closer look...




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Princess Charlene went with pearly, delicate jewelry for this daytime event.


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Here's a better look at her back-to-front earrings; I believe these are the Dior Tribales earrings, which are made of "cream resin beads" rather than real pearls.


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She also wore Dior's "UltraDior" ring, which is also made of resin beads, on her right hand.


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On her left hand, she swapped out her enormous engagement ring for a pair of delicate, glittering cross rings in two different metal finishes.


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She finished off the look with a coordinating cross pendant necklace.


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Princess Caroline also attended the picnic, along with Elisabeth-Anne de Massy (daughter of Prince Rainier's sister, Princess Antoinette). Caroline wore gold jewelry, and Elisabeth-Anne donned a necklace made of twisted strands of seed pearls.


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Here's a closer look at Caroline's pendant, which features the House of Grimaldi's coat of arms.


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And here's a better look at Elisabeth-Anne's rings.


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Elisabeth-Anne's daughter, Melanie, was also in attendance. She's on the right side of the photo above, wearing an interesting pair of earrings and layered necklaces.


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And, just because it's Monday, and I like all of you, here's one more picture of adorable Prince Jacques. Looks like he's been working on his precocious royal wave...