11 January 2019

This Week in Royal Jewels: January 3-10


January 3-10, 2019

Jewels of the new year continue to sparkle in this week's royal jewel roundup! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!


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15. On Wednesday, Queen Letizia of Spain wore a pair of modern, diamond-studded earrings from Gold and Roses for a Foundation Against Drug Addiction in Madrid.


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14. Queen Sofia of Spain chose a simple gold necklace and stacks of gold bracelets for Thursday's National Sports Awards at the El Pardo Palace in Madrid.


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13. For the same sports awards ceremony, Infanta Pilar of Spain wore classic pearl and diamond earrings with a pair of pins from her time as a member of the International Olympic Committee.


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12. Infanta Elena of Spain also glittered in golden jewels for the sports awards ceremony, including a brooch featuring a bold pair of leaves and a modern pair of earrings.


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11. Queen Letizia decided to go for the gold at the sports awards ceremony, too, wearing her dramatic, long gold and diamond earrings.


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10. On Wednesday, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians brought her signature golden button earrings to Paris as she visited an exhibition of work by the Belgian artist Fernand Khnopff at the Petit Palais.


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9. Pearl drop earrings accompanied the Duchess of Cambridge to a Sunday church service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene near the Sandringham estate.


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8. The Duchess of wore an unusual pair of earrings from Kimai, featuring a trio of evil eye drops, for a visit to Smart Works, one of her new patronages, in London on Thursday.


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7. Empress Michiko of Japan was the picture of subdued elegance on Monday as she wore pearls to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of her father-in-law, Emperor Hirohito.


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6. Last Thursday, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wore pearls on her ears and wrist to attend the second New Year's reception of 2019.


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5. Queen Mathilde wore delicate golden drop earrings on Thursdday for a European Union reception at the Royal Palace in Brussels.


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4. For a church service near the Sandringham estate on Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom chose her Golden Trellis Brooch. (More on the brooch here!)


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3. For the final New Year reception of 2019 on Friday, Crown Princess Mary pinned the brooch from the Danish Ruby Parure at the neckline of her gown.


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2. For last Thursday's New Year reception, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark wore the pearl and diamond brooch that coordinates with the grand Pearl Poire Tiara.


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1. How could it be anything else? The top spot of the week goes to Queen Letizia, who wore Queen Ena's gray pearl brooch for the first time during Sunday's Pascua Militar celebrations in Madrid. (Much more over here!)