10 October 2019

Dazzling Danish Jewels in Paris

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Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark headed to Paris for an official visit this week, and we've got a look at all of the sparkling jewels worn by the royals for the trip.

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Fred and Mary arrived on Monday and kicked things off with a visit to La Grande Arche de la Defense, which was designed thirty years ago by Danish architect Johan Otto von Spreckelsen.


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Mary wore navy for the day's engagements, which also included a visit to a room designed by Philippe Stark at the Georges Pompidou Hospital.


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She accessorized with a pair of pearl drop earrings featuring an intricate diamond stud.


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She also wore a trio of bracelets -- a station-style pearl bracelet, a Cartier Love Bracelet, and a slim gold bangle -- as well as a pair of rings.


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Instead of her ruby and diamond engagement ring, she wore a larger pave-set ring with a pale center stone.


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Fred and Mary returned to La Grande Arche for a reception on Monday evening.


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Mary paired modern hoop earrings from Marianne Dulong with her polka-dotted dress.


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On Tuesday, Mary dodged raindrops as she visited Les Peupliers, a private hospital in Paris.


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She added a little sparkle to her navy and cream outfit with glittering earrings.


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For Tuesday evening's gala dinner at city hall, Fred and Mary were joined by Princess Joachim and Princess Marie, who are currently living in Paris.


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Mary wore a feminine blue and white dress for the dinner.


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She accessorized with a pair of diamond earrings in a five-petal flower design.


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Extra sparkle came courtesy of her bracelet and her large aquamarine cocktail ring, which is part of her extensive collection of aquamarine jewels. (More here!)


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Princess Marie dazzled in a shimmering dress with diamond earrings, a diamond tennis-style bracelet, and a cocktail ring set with a blue gemstone.


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On Wednesday, Mary was accompanied by French First Lady Brigitte Macron as she headed to Lamartine High School in Paris.


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Mary wore an autumnal plaid skirt and a cream sweater for the visit.


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She added extra interest to her ensemble with diamond-encrusted hoop earrings.


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She again wore her Cartier Love Bracelet and a slim gold bangle on her left wrist. Instead of her engagement ring or the larger ring she wore earlier in the week, she slipped a slim diamond band on her left hand. I think the band is one of her rings from Ole Lyngaard.


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She also wore a station-style bracelet with black pearls on her right wrist, plus a coordinating black pearl and gold ring on her right hand.