13 June 2020

Even More Jewels from Crown Princess Victoria's Wedding Gala

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Our countdown of the best royal jewels at Crown Princess Victoria's pre-wedding gala may be finished, but there are more jewels to enjoy from the event! Here's a look at even more royal jewels worn at the gala, which was held ten years ago this month...



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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wore a suite of diamond and morganite jewels from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. The set includes a necklace and matching earrings.


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She also wore a diamond floral bracelet. I think this is possibly also a Lynggaard piece -- perhaps from their Frost range?


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Anne-Marie, the former Queen of Greece, wore diamond earrings, a pearl necklace, stacks of bracelets, and her diamond swan brooch.


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Her daughter, Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark, wore a dramatic pair of pearl drop earrings.


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Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, daughter of Princess Benedikte, wore an intriguing set of jewels that appears to be made of diamonds set in gold. I believe the sapphire ring on her left hand is her engagement ring from her first marriage.


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Carina Axelsson, partner of Alexandra's brother, Prince Gustav, was also in attendance. She wore pearls, floral earrings, and a ruby ring.


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Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wore her convertible diamond drop earrings with the faceted red gem pendants...


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...and a diamond bracelet.


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Her sister-in-law, Princess Martha Louise, wore her suite of jewels set with blue-green moonstones.


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Princess Birgitta of Sweden and Hohenzollern, an aunt of the bride, layered lots of jewels, including an impressive pair of diamond pendant earrings and a black-and-white bracelet.


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Also in black and white was Queen (now Princess) Beatrix of the Netherlands, who wore pearl earrings and a pearl necklace.


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She also wore the family's pearl cluster bangle bracelet.


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The Countess of Wessex was the British royal representative at the gala. For the occasion, she kept her jewelry quite minimal.


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Here, you'll note that she wore earrings with dark blue drops, plus diamonds on her right wrist.


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Also following the minimalist trend was Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein, who wore small earrings and a diamond bracelet on her right wrist.


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The award for most minimal jewels, however, seems to belong to Princess Rym Ali of Jordan, whose only visible jewelry adornment was her gold wedding ring.


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From Spain, the Princess of Asturias (now Queen Letizia) wore modern diamond hoops and one of her favorite bracelets, the diamond and white gold bracelet from Cartier. I believe she's also wearing her Bulgari Parenthesis ring on her left hand.


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Her sister-in-law, Infanta Elena, wore outfits inspired by traditional Spanish clothing for these wedding celebrations. On this occasion, she kept the jewelry to a minimum, wearing bracelets on both wrists...


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...and earrings with green drops. Also note the interesting ring on her right hand.


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Infanta Cristina went for a super pared-down look for the gala. Her only accessories were these simple pearl stud earrings.


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The Duchess of Brabant (now Queen Mathilde of the Belgians) accessorized with earrings with dark drops, as well as a diamond floral necklace and two diamond bracelets.


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Charlene Wittstock (now the Princess of Monaco) went for a little more oomph with her jewelry than we're used to seeing. She wore elegant earrings with pearl drops and studs, and her gown featured a brooch-like ornament at the waist.


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Here's one more view of that ornament on her gown.


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The always-elegant Princess Rosario of Bulgaria chose a pair of stunning statement earrings for the gala and concert.


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And last but not least, we've got elegant pearls from Crown Princess Katharine of Serbia.