31 March 2017

This Week in (Daytime) Royal Jewels: March 24-30


March 24-30, 2017

It's a two state-visit week, everybody, which can only mean one thing: we've got two weekly jewel roundups today! This is a rundown of the best daytime jewels we saw this week; in a few hours, I'll post a second roundup featuring tiaras and other evening jewels. Don't forget to vote in both polls!


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10. Queen Letizia of Spain chose her Tous freshwater pearl drop earrings for audiences at Zarzuela Palace on Tuesday.



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9. On Thursday, Letizia wore another pair of Tous earrings, the moonstone teardrops, for the announcement of the winner of one of the 2017 Princess of Girona Foundation awards in Soria.


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8. On the second day of her visit to Denmark, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians wore pink drop earrings as she and Crown Princess Mary toured Copenhagen. (More images over here!)


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7. To welcome the Belgian royal couple to Copenhagen, Princess Marie of Denmark wore a colorful brooch. (More over here!)


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6. Crown Princess Mary chose pieces from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen for the Belgian welcome ceremonies. (More over here!)


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5. Garnet and diamond tassel earrings were Queen Maxima's accessory of choice for the second day of the Argentine state visit to the Netherlands. (More over here!)


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4. Crown Princess Mary wore sparkling stud earrings and black pearl jewelry from Marianne Dulong for the second day of the Belgian state visit to Copenhagen. (Close-ups over here!)


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3. Maxima wore pearls for the official welcome ceremonies for the President and First Lady of Argentina in Amsterdam on Monday. (Close-ups over here!)


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2. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark chose an important family heirloom brooch -- the diamond and pearl bar brooch from her aunt, Lady Patricia Ramsey -- to welcome her Belgian counterparts to Copenhagen. (More, including more of the brooch's history, over here!)


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1. Queen Mathilde was the star of the start of the state visit to Denmark with diamond and pearl earrings and a gorgeous brooch featuring lovebirds rendered in gemstones. (See a close-up over here!)