18 August 2017

This Week in Royal Jewels: August 11-17

August 11-17, 2017

Many royals are currently on holiday, but we've still got a bit of glitter this week, including a royal wedding! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!

10. Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark wore pearly stud earrings for a night out with her husband in Geneva on Thursday.

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9. Several princes graduated from the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst on Friday, so lots of royals were in the audience for the annual Sovereign's Parade. Princess Claire of Luxembourg wore simple sparkling stud earrings and a hidden necklace for the graduation of her brother-in-law, Prince Sebastian.

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8. Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie of Luxembourg wore intricate pendant earrings and a silver necklace for Prince Sebastian's graduation. (I think the pendant on her necklace sort of resembles a religious medal.)

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7. Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg wore major amethyst-hued statement earrings for her youngest son's graduation from the academy.

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6. Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan also graduated from Sandhurst on Friday; his mother, Queen Rania, wore modern silver-toned jewelry for the parade.


5. In Denmark, Crown Princess Mary chose hoop earrings and several bracelets for Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine's first day of school on Tuesday.

4. Queen Sonja of Norway wore a modern suite of jewelry for the opening of the Oslo International Jazz Festival on Saturday.

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3. On Thursday, Crown Princess Mary chose pearls and a delicate necklace for the opening of the Odense Flower Festival.

2. For the opening of the CPH TV Festival on Wednesday, Crown Princess Mary wore a gorgeous necklace with multiple turquoise pendants.


1. The biggest glitter of the week came from Malaysia, where Princess Tunku Tun Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah (daughter of the Sultan of Johor) wore major diamonds, including a tiara, during her wedding festivities.