Our weekly royal jewel roundup is back, with brooches galore—and a state visit tiara!
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wore slim diamond hoops with a coordinating bangle as she watched Denmark’s football team play England at Wembley Stadium in London on Wednesday.
On Monday, Princess Alexandra of Hanover (daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco) wore head-to-toe Dior, including delicate earrings and a necklace, to attend the house’s haute couture show during Paris Fashion Week.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands made several dazzling public appearances this week during her state visit to Germany. She arrived on Monday wearing pearl and peridot earrings and diamond bracelets.
For Monday evening’s state banquet, Maxima wore a small setting of the Stuart Tiara, earrings sourced from the tiara, a diamond riviere, and the Dutch East Indies Bracelets. (We covered the history of all the pieces here!)
Pearls and diamonds accompanied Maxima on daytime engagements in Berlin during the second day of the state visit on Tuesday.
For a concert in Berlin on Tuesday evening, Maxima dazzled in pieces from the Dutch royal aquamarine collection, with one of the family’s ears of wheat ornaments in her hair. (All the provenance details are here!)
For the final day of the state visit on Wednesday, Maxima wore statement earrings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, plus her sapphire and emerald tennis bracelets, her diamond wedding bracelet, and an aquamarine and emerald ring.
Princess Beatrix wore jewelry made of gold and dark blue enamel as she attended CHIO Rotterdam, a Dutch equestrian event, on Friday.
In Madrid, Queen Letizia of Spain wore her gold bamboo hoop earrings for a luncheon at the Royal Palace on Friday in honor of United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
Queen Letizia chose her diamond and aquamarine Bulgari hoops on Tuesday to view an exhibition in Madrid commemorating the 75th anniversary Of UNICEF.
On Wednesday, Queen Letizia made a virtual appearance at the United Nations High Level Forum, where she spoke about the challenges faced by people living with rare diseases. She wore her Coolook aventurine drop earrings, plus her signature Karen Hallam gold oval ring, for the occasion.
Letizia chose dramatic floral statement earrings by Carolina Herrera for Thursday’s opening of ARCO 2021, a contemporary art fair, in Madrid.
On Friday, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore the Cambridge Emerald Cluster Brooch (without its emerald pendant) for an audience with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The Queen Mother’s Ruby Bouquet Brooch accompanied Queen Elizabeth II to Manchester on Thursday, where she toured the set of Coronation Street.
The Duchess of Cornwall wore her delicate diamond drop earrings, plus stacked necklaces and bracelets and a smart watch, as she met with the organizers of the Hay Festival in Hay-on-Wye on Tuesday.
Camilla wore the gemstone drop earrings again on Wednesday for a visit to Llanerch Vineyard in Pontyclun.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore pearl drop earrings by Simone Rocha with layered gold necklaces (including one engraved with the initials of her children) at the All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon on Friday.
On Thursday, the Princess Royal wore pearls as she attended the meeting at Newmarket Racecourse.
Princess Beatrice of York, who is expecting her first child, was in Wimbledon to watch the Ladies’ Singles Semi-Final matches on Thursday. She wore rings on both hands and layered golden bracelets with her polka dot dress.
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