02 February 2018

This Week in Royal Jewels: January 26-February 1

January 26 - February 1, 2018

Hang on to your tiaras -- we've got an absolutely massive royal jewel roundup for you this week! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below...


20. The Countess of Wessex wore stud earrings and her Hermes pendant necklace on Thursday at the Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden in Kandy during the Wessexes' official visit to Sri Lanka.


19. To welcome the President of Germany to Amman on Sunday, Queen Rania of Jordan wore modern earrings (and a Meghan Markle-esque thumb ring!).


18. Red and gold earrings provided a bit of color for Princess Margriet of the Netherlands as she attended the national commemoration of the 1953 Flood at the Flood Museum in Ouwerkerk on Thursday.

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17. In Stockholm, Crown Princess Victoria wore silver-toned modern jewels on Tuesday for a black-tie reception during the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit. (More over here!)

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16. On Wednesday, Victoria donned earrings and bracelets by Marianne Dulong as the Cambridge visit continued. (More here!)

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15. Queen Letizia of Spain wore sparkling earrings on Thursday for a forum at the Reina Sofia Museum.

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14. Letizia wore her mother-in-law's lovely pearl drop earrings for the Foreign Ambassadors Reception on Wednesday.

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13. Infanta Elena wore gorgeous pearl drop earrings on Tuesday for the Golden Fleece celebration at the Royal Palace in Madrid.


12. Diamond and pearl earrings were Princess Charlene's choice for the annual Sainte Devote mass in Monaco. (More over here!)


11. Queen Silvia wore pearls and her modern floral brooch to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to the palace in Stockholm on Tuesday. (More here!)

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10. For Thursday evening's reception at the palace in Oslo, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wore gorgeous diamond floral and pearl drop earrings. (More here!)

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9. The Duchess of Cornwall wore her favorite diamond and pearl earrings with the Queen Mother's rock crystal brooch for a visit to the Royal Academy of Dance on Thursday.

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8. Princess Astrid chose pearls and stacked bracelets for Thursday's reception in Oslo. (More here!)

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7. The Duchess of Cambridge debuted a new pair of Robinson Pelham diamond earrings for a cultural reception in Sweden on Wednesday evening. (More here!)

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6. On Tuesday, Kate chose two pearl pieces from her late mother-in-law, Diana, Princess of Wales -- earrings and a bracelet -- for a black-tie reception in Stockholm. (More here!)


5. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wore the family's impressive citrine drop earrings for the opening weekend of Leeuwarden, the European Capital of Culture, on Saturday.

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4. For Tuesday's Golden Fleece ceremony at the Royal Palace, Queen Sofia of Spain wore her pearl necklace with the diamond and ruby pendant given to her by her late mother, Queen Friederike of the Hellenes.

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3. On Thursday evening, Queen Sonja of Norway wore pearls with the Drapers' Company Brooch for the royal reception at the palace in Oslo. (Much more here!)

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2. Two diamond pieces on loan from Queen Elizabeth II -- her diamond frame earrings and her wedding gift bracelet -- were Kate's accessories for the reception in Oslo on Thursday night. (More here!)

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1. My top vote of the week goes to a truly landmark moment: the Princess of Asturias received the insignia of the Order of the Golden Fleece on Tuesday from her father, King Felipe VI of Spain, on his 50th birthday. Leonor becomes only the second Spanish royal woman (after Queen Isabella II, who was painted wearing the Fleece necklet) ever to be made a member of the order; she also joins Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, and Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands as only the fourth living female member. The collar she received belonged to her great-grandfather, the Count of Barcelona.