13 September 2019

This Week in Royal Jewels: September 6-12


September 6-12, 2019

Late summer has brought out some gorgeous jewels this week! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!


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20. The Duchess of Sussex wore her turquoise earrings (and a sentimental necklace featuring the initials of her husband and son) as she watched the women's final match at the US Open on Saturday.



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19. Gold earrings were Autumn Phillips's accessory of choice for the Braemar Highland Games in Scotland on Sunday. (More on the event here!)


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18. Princess Charlene of Monaco wore modern gold jewelry for the annual Monaco Picnic on Friday. (See close-ups here!)


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17. On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge wore new gold earrings from Accessorize to attend the "Back to Nature" festival at RHS Garden Wisley in Woking. 


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16. Princess Maria-Olympia, granddaughter of the last king of Greece, wore layered necklaces (including one with a four-leaf-clover pendant embedded with a small crown) on Wednesday during New York Fashion Week.


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15. Sarah, Duchess of York wore earrings with red drops and a gold and diamond pendant necklace on Wednesday for the annual GFI Charity Day in London.


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14. For the launch of her SmartWorks capsule collection in London on Thursday, Meghan wore earrings and a bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana, plus additional gold bangles. (More on Diana's jewels here!)


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13. On Tuesday, Empress Michiko of Japan wore silver accessories as she left the University of Tokyo Hospital following successful breast cancer surgery two days earlier.


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12. For the opening of parliament in Stockholm on Tuesday, Princess Sofia of Sweden wore classic diamond drop earrings.


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11. On Tuesday, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore baroque pearl drop earrings for the opening of parliament.


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10. Late last Thursday, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians wore a striking modern brooch during a visit to the collegiate church Saint-Ursmer in Lobbes.


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9. Mathilde chose classic pearl drop earrings for Sunday's commemoration of the 75th anniversary of liberation following World War II in Antwerp.


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8. Queen Letizia of Spain chose her diamond and Australian pearl drop earrings for the inauguration of 'El Viaje mas largo' exhibition at Archivo General de Indias in Seville.


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7. On Friday, Queen Silvia of Sweden wore a golden brooch and a pearl bracelet to receive the Karl Kuebel Prize in Germany.


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6. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark made another appearance in a favorite anchor brooch on Friday during a visit to the Risum Skole school in Germany.


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5. The Duchess of Cornwall (or, more accurately, the Duchess of Rothesay) wore her favorite pearl drop earrings and her gorgeous offset black pearl necklace on Wednesday to open a new visitor's center at the Bladnoch Distillery in Scotland.


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4. Camilla wore the intriguing Minoru Brooch for the Braemar Highland Games on Sunday in Scotland. (More here!)


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3. As she does every year, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore the Braemar Feather Brooch for the annual Highland Games on Sunday. (More over here!)


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2. Queen Silvia wore gorgeous pearl pieces from the royal vaults, including a fantastic pearl cluster and drop brooch, for the opening of parliament in Stockholm on Tuesday.


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1. My top vote of the week goes to the fantastic tanzanite and moonstone necklace and earrings worn by Queen Maxima of the Netherlands at Noordeinde Palace in The Hague for the gala diner for members of the Dutch Council of State on Wednesday. (See great views from a previous appearance here!)