05 October 2018

This Week in Royal Jewels: September 28-October 4

September 28-October 4, 2018

We've got both fun jewelry and major sparkle on tap this week! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!

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10. Queen Letizia of Spain wore her Chanel star stud earrings on Thursday for Red Cross World Day in Madrid.

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9. On Wednesday, the Duchess of Sussex sparkled in a necklace with a diamond-studded teardrop pendant, a pair of festive bracelets, and a gold signet ring at the University of Chichester's Engineering and Digital Technology Park during an official visit to West Sussex.

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8. For her first engagement back from maternity leave, Tuesday's visit to Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in London, the Duchess of Cambridge wore green onyx earrings by Monica Vinader. (Much more here!)

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7. Denmark's State Opening of Parliament took place on Tuesday, and all four of the senior royal ladies were in attendance. Both Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte wore neutral jewels to coordinate with their outfits.

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6. Crown Princess Mary wore classic hoop earrings to attend Tuesday's State Opening of Parliament in Denmark, and Queen Margrethe II wore blue-toned earrings and a modern brooch.

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5. Dramatic golden flower earrings were Queen Mathilde's statement accessory for the King Baudouin Support Council gala fundraiser in Antwerp on Tuesday.

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4. For Tuesday's annual Thank You Gala in support of the the World Childhood Foundation USA in New York, Princess Madeleine of Sweden paired dramatic black earrings with a simple cross necklace.

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3. At the "Bienvenu au Congo" exhibition at Bonhams in London on Monday, Princess Caroline of Monaco wore Egyptian-inspired jewelry and a fashionable stack of rings. (More over here!)

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2. Queen Silvia of Sweden also attended Tuesday's Thank You Gala, wearing classic pearls for the occasion.

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1. When a noble bride breaks out a family tiara, you know it's going to get my top vote of the week! Anna Theresa, Countess von und zu Arco-Zinneberg borrowed the Savoy-Aosta Tiara from her aunt and uncle this weekend for her wedding in Bavaria. (More on the occasion and the tiara's history here!)