04 December 2017

Royal Jewel Rewind: Nobel Prize Ceremony 2007

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As we approach the Nobel Prize festivities this coming weekend, it's time to step back in our bejeweled time machine and marvel at the jewels worn by the Swedish royals to the Nobels a decade ago!




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Queen Silvia chose diamonds, diamonds, and more diamonds. She wore Queen Sofia's Tiara -- better known as the Nine-Prong Tiara for obvious reasons -- with the family's large diamond cross and their large pear-shaped diamond drop earrings. She used a huge diamond brooch from the family collection to secure her order sash.


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Also in diamonds: Crown Princess Victoria, who wore the Diamond Six-Button Tiara. She paired it with a diamond riviere with a diamond leaf pendant set with a single central pearl. Other accessories included the small diamond earrings from Queen Josefina's diamond stomacher and a large diamond brooch.


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Princess Madeleine kept her look sleek and simple for the ceremony and banquet. She wore the diamond fringe tiara that now belongs to her, plus dramatic pearl drop earrings from the family vaults.


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Here's a look at everyone's full ensembles. Isn't it funny how much the family has changed and expanded in only a decade?