26 December 2019

British Royal Christmas Jewels 2019

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On Christmas Day, the royals made their official trek to St. Mary Magdalene's near the Sandringham estate for church. Here's a look at some of the jewels worn by the senior royal ladies for the occasion!




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The Queen chose a festive red ensemble for Christmas this year.


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She accessorized with a large, rarely-worn diamond and ruby floral spray brooch, which she inherited from the late Queen Mother. No further provenance information about the brooch appears to be known.


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The Duchess of Cornwall wore vibrant purple with one of her pearl and diamond choker necklaces, plus a diamond brooch in the shape of a knot.


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No brooch this year for the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore diamond and green amethyst earrings from one of her favorite designers, Kiki McDonough. She debuted the earrings earlier this year in Northern Ireland.


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The Princess Royal was resplendent in purple, pearls, and a large silver brooch with amethyst accents.


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The Countess of Wessex chose simple drop earrings for this year's church service.


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Lady Louise Windsor wore age-appropriate pearl stud earrings and a necklace with a horseshoe charm.


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The spotlight today didn't shine on royal jewels, though -- it was stolen by the adorable Cambridge children. Here's Princess Charlotte with Kate...


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...and Prince George with William. They're getting so big!