07 June 2019

This Week in Royal Jewels: May 31-June 6


May 31-June 6, 2019

It's been a banner week for royal jewels -- so much so that we need two separate royal jewel reviews! The tiaras and gala jewels will be in a separate post later this morning, but for now, enjoy the best of the rest of the royal jewels of the week! (And don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll!)


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20. Queen Letizia of Spain wore her Gold and Roses Double Dagger Earrings for the opening of the Madrid Book Fair on Friday.



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19. For a visit to a traditional students' residence in Madrid on Thursday, Queen Letizia wore threader-style gold earrings.


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18. On Thursday, Queen Mathilde wore simple drop earrings and her gorgeous sapphire and diamond ring for a visit to the Kamiano restaurant for a community of homeless people in Antwerp.


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17. For Sweden's National Day festivities on Thursday, Princess Madeleine paired simple diamond stud earrings with her traditional dress.


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16. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden also selected simple diamond stud earrings to accessorize her traditional attire on National Day at Skansen.


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15. Diamond floral stud earrings were Princess Sofia of Sweden's accessory of choice for this year's National Day celebrations.


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14. Queen Silvia of Sweden wore pearl button earrings with her traditional dress for Thursday's National Day celebrations at Skansen.


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13. Earlier on Thursday, Queen Silvia wore pearls, including a lovely brooch, for a National Day visit to the town of Borlange in Dalarna.


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12. Infanta Elena of Spain wore gold jewelry, including these statement earrings, as she accompanied her father, King Juan Carlos, on his final public engagement on Sunday: a trip to the bullring in Aranjuez.


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11. Princess Alexandra, the daughter of Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark, wore stacked bracelets and an imposing crystal pin for the 2019 Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York on Wednesday.


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10. Queen Letizia selected her cabochon ruby drop earrings for an Armed Forces Day in Sevilla on Saturday.


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9. At the national tree-planting festival in Owariasahi on Sunday, Empress Masako of Japan wore pearls, including her teardrop-shaped earrings.


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8. The Duchess of Cornwall wore classic pearls to host tea at Clarence House on Monday afternoon during the American state visit. (More here!)


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7. Camilla paired the same pearls with the cap badge of the Rifles on Thursday for events in France to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, including a visit to Bayeux Cathedral.


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6. Camilla wore another pearl choker necklace with a more elaborate diamond clasp on Monday for the welcome ceremony during the American state visit. (More here!)


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5. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore the Centenary Rose Brooch, which belonged to her mother, for D-Day commemorations in Portsmouth on Wednesday. (More on the brooch here!)


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4. On Saturday, Queen Elizabeth II selected the Jardine Star Brooch for the Epsom Derby. (More on the brooch here!)


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3. For an audience with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife, Jenny, on Tuesday, Queen Elizabeth II wore a petite pearl and diamond cluster brooch.


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2. Queen Elizabeth II wore the Cullinan VI and VIII Brooch to view items from the Royal Collection during the American state visit. (More here!)


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1. The round Cambridge Emerald Cluster Brooch, with its emerald pendant drop, was Queen Elizabeth II's choice for the welcome ceremony during the American state visit. (More here!)