29 August 2018

French Visit to Denmark: Tours and Farewells

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The French state visit to Denmark wrapped up today with engagements in Copenhagen and a low-key return dinner. Here's a look at the jewels we saw from the royals today.




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Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary accompanied the Macrons to the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum and the Rysensteen High School in Copenhagen during the day on Wednesday.


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Mary wore diamonds and pearls for the daytime events on Wednesday, pairing them with a saturated blue ensemble. The earrings are from her extensive collection of Marianne Dulong pieces, and the abstract leaf brooch has been in her jewelry box for a number of years.


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Mary also wore several bracelets, her engagement and wedding rings, and a large ring set with a pearl.


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The Macrons hosted the return dinner (billed as a "farewell ceremony" for this visit) at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen on Wednesday evening.


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For the return dinner, Mary also chose a pair of earrings by Marianne Dulong.


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Queen Margrethe was also on hand to bid farewell to the Macrons, appropriately wearing her bejeweled rooster brooch.


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She wore familiar earrings from her collection, floral studs with a dainty sapphire set in the center.


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And we also got a good look at one of the most important pieces in her jewelry collection: the astounding toi et moi engagement ring given to her by Prince Henrik half a century ago.


I think I know the answer, but I'll ask anyway: what was your jewelry highlight from this state visit?