17 March 2017

This Week in Royal Jewels: March 10-16


March 10-16, 2017

Time for the St. Patrick's Day edition of our weekly jewel roundup! Which lucky royal lady will win your vote in the jewelry poll below?

(And, PS: head back here later for the latest jewels from the Cambridge trip to Paris!)


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10. Queen Letizia of Spain wore a delicate pair of earrings made of linked circles at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid on Tuesday.


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9. In Oslo, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wore statement earrings for a visit to the Stella Red Cross Women Centre on Thursday.


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8. Mette-Marit's mother-in-law, Queen Sonja, chose a suite of diamond and black enamel jewels for Friday's opening of the Centre de Creation Contemporaine Olivier Debre in Tours.


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7. Queen Letizia chose her Coolook blue quartz earrings for Thursday's audiences at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid.


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6. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore Caroline Svedbom's classic drop earrings for her name day celebrations in Stockholm on Sunday. (More over here!)


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5. In Rotselaar, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians wore gold jewelry, including a brooch in the shape of a ginkgo leaf, on Thursday at the Centrum Molenmoes.


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4. After the Commonwealth Day Service on Monday, the Duchess swapped out her pearl necklace for her gorgeous pansy brooches for a reception at Marlborough House. (More on her Commonwealth Day jewels over here!)


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3. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore her golden trellis brooch, a wedding gift, for the launch of The Queen's Baton Relay for the XXI Commonwealth Games on Monday. (We talked about an early appearance of this brooch earlier this week!)


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2. The Queen Mother's glittering Palm Leaf Brooch was the Queen's choice for Thursday's official re-opening the The National Army Museum in London. (More on the brooch here!)


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1. My winner of the week: the Australian Wattle Brooch, worn by the Queen at the Commonwealth Day Service. (More, including a close-up, over here!)