|The Danish Ruby Parure Tiara (Chris Jackson/Getty Images)|
My work in compiling an updated, encyclopedic reference to some of the world’s most glittering royal tiaras, The Tiarapedia, has officially arrived in Denmark!
|The Pearl Poiré Tiara (KELD NAVNTOFT/AFP/Getty Images)|
If you’re looking for a quick, helpful reference to royal tiaras, The Tiarapedia is the place for you. The original version launched back in 2008, and I’m celebrating its 10th anniversary with a new, updated version. Today, the section on the tiaras worn by the reigning branch of the Danish royal family has officially been added!
|The Midnight Tiara (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)|
The Danish collection is a fascinating one, featuring tiaras that are centuries old, as well as many new, modern sparklers. It’s all here, from the pieces worn by Queen Margrethe II and her daughters-in-law to the diadems worn by her cousins, the descendants of Hereditary Prince Knud. Most entries also include links to more detailed articles about the tiaras, including wonderful images.
|The Alexandrine Diamond Drop Tiara (Chris Jackson/Getty Images)|
I’m adding a new section to the updated Tiarapedia every week for the rest of the year, so there’s plenty of glitter still waiting to be revealed! In the meantime, head over and enjoy the Danish section in all its sparkling glory.