15 December 2017

This Week in Royal Jewels: December 8-14

December 8-14, 2017

This is only the first royal jewel review of the day -- stay tuned in a few hours for a special Nobel jewel roundup! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in both polls!

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10. During her trip to Senegal, Queen Letizia of Spain wore earrings set with purple and green gemstones on Tuesday for an official lunch with First Lady Marieme Faye Sall.

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9. The Duchess of Cornwall wore her favorite diamond and pearl earrings with a pair of bracelets for her annual charity Christmas party at Clarence House on Wednesday.

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8. On Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge wore her sapphire and diamond cluster drop earrings to attend a national memorial service at St. Paul's Cathedral honoring the memory of those who perished in the Grenfell Tower fire.

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7. The Duchess of Cornwall also attended Thursday's memorial service, wearing her pearl and diamond earrings with one of her pearl necklaces featuring a diamond clasp.

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6. On Monday, the Spanish royal family released their annual Christmas card; this year, the card features a new photo from the National Day festivities, which includes Queen Letizia wearing the Countess of Barcelona's Pearl Cluster and Drop Brooch. (More from National Day over here!)


5. In Oslo, Queen Sonja of Norway wore a pearl necklace with a diamond and ruby bow element with other pearl jewels and her favorite gold bangles during the Nobel Peace Prize presentation on Sunday.


4. Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wore a glittering pair of button-style statement earrings for Sunday's Peace Prize presentation.


3. For a Surrealist Dinner Party at the casino in Monte Carlo on Saturday, Princess Caroline of Monaco wore sparkling statement earrings, a large bracelet, and a cocktail ring.

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2. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore her lovely diamond and turquoise brooch for audiences at Buckingham Palace on Thursday.

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1. My top vote of the week goes to Queen Mathile, who wore jewels belonging to the late Queen Fabiola at an awards ceremony in Germany; she wore the Wolfers Tiara in public as a necklace for the very first time at the event. (More over here!)