From royal tours and state visits to occasions of remembrance, our royal jewel roundup has a little bit of everything this week! Don’t forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!
Queen Mathilde of the Belgians coordinated her green statement earrings with her green floral dress on Wednesday for an audience at the Royal Palace in Brussels with the President of Botswana.
On Thursday, Queen Mathilde wore her classic diamond drop earrings, plus her gold wedding band and her sapphire anniversary ring, during a royal visit to Spa.
On Monday, Queen Paola of Belgium wore classic pearls to celebrate la Fête du Roi at the federal parliament in Brussels.
Queen Rania of Jordan wore gold earrings on Tuesday as she and King Abdullah II welcomed the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall to Amman during the start of their official visit.
Queen Rania wore a pair of glittering modern earrings for dinner at the Al Husseiniya Palace with the British royal guests on Tuesday evening. I think that’s also a gold and pearl floral brooch pinned at her waist.
On Tuesday, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wore her garnet tassel earrings and her ruby and diamond ring to present the Prince Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prize 2021 in Barneveld.
For Wednesday’s visit to a hospital in Breda, Queen Maxima wore an interesting pair of red and white earrings.
Queen Letizia of Spain wore her diamond girandole earrings on Saturday for the premiere of Handel’s Partenope at the Royal Theater in Madrid.
Letizia chose her modern Skyline earrings from Gold and Roses to mark the 75th anniversary Madrid’s public transportation system on Monday.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia welcomed President Mattarella of Italy and his daughter, Laura, to Madrid for a state visit on Tuesday. Letizia wore her diamond feather earrings from Chanel for the official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace.
On Tuesday evening, Queen Letizia pulled out all the stops for the gala dinner in honor of the Italian guests at the Royal Palace. She wore Queen Maria Cristina’s Loop Tiara with diamond earrings, Queen Ena’s diamond necklace (and bracelet), and Queen Ena’s Gray Pearl and Diamond Brooch.
Princess Yasmin Aga Khan wore sparkling diamond earrings and a coordinating necklace on Monday at the the Alzheimer’s Association Imagine Benefit in New York. Princess Yasmin’s mother, the actress Rita Hayworth, suffered from early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Though she had to cancel two public appearances early in the week, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom held an audience at Windsor Castle on Tuesday with the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Nick Carter. She wore small pearl stud earrings, her triple-stranded pearl necklace, and a military badge shaped like an eagle for the meeting.
On Thursday, the Queen held a virtual audience with the new Ambassador from Vietnam, wearing the Queen Mother’s Palm Leaf Brooch for the occasion.
The Queen was not able to attend the annual Festival of Remembrance, but many other ladies from the family were in attendance. The Duchess of Cornwall wore elegant diamond and pearl drop earrings, a favorite pearl choker necklace, and layered bracelets with the Queen Mother’s Rock Crystal Brooch for Saturday’s event.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday wearing a crystal poppy brooch and the pearl drop earrings and pearl bracelet that belonged to her mother-in-law, the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Princess Royal wore pearls with her gold, pearl, and diamond Andrew Grima earrings and her golden stalactite brooch for the Festival of Remembrance.
The Countess of Wessex wore diamond earrings, plus a crystal poppy pin and the badge of Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, for the Festival.
The Duchess of Gloucester was also present at the Festival of Remembrance, wearing pearls and diamonds, including a classic pearl choker necklace with a diamond clasp.
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Princess Alexandra chose classic, favorite pieces for the Festival: her diamond and pearl cluster earrings, her pearl choker necklace with the geometric clasp, and her diamond clematis brooch.
Alexandra’s sister-in-law, Princess Michael of Kent, also wore diamonds and pearls at the event, including a lovely pearl cluster and drop brooch.
On Sunday, the Duchess of Cornwall wore her favorite pearl drop earrings and her pearl choker necklace with the large diamond clasp for the Remembrance service at the Cenotaph, as well as the cap badge of her late father’s regiment, the Lancers.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a crystal poppy pin with the Collingwood Pearl Drop Earrings for Remembrance Sunday.
For the Cenotaph service, the Countess of Wessex wore modern diamond earrings with a poppy pin and the badge of The Rifles.
The Duchess of Gloucester wore her rock crystal circle brooches with her paper poppy for the Remembrance Sunday service.
The royal group at the Cenotaph on Sunday also included Princess Alexandra, who repeated her pearl and diamond cluster earrings and her clematis brooch from the previous evening.
On Tuesday, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall embarked on an official visit to Jordan. Camilla wore some of her favorite jewels—pearl drop earrings, layered Kiki McDonough and Golden Kiwi Necklaces, and several bracelets, including a Magic Alhambra piece—as the couple made a stop along the banks of the Jordan River.
On Tuesday evening, Camilla wore diamond Magic Alhambra Earrings from Van Cleef & Arpels for a dinner at the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman.
Camilla repeated her necklaces and bracelets, but added a delicate pair of gold earrings, for Wednesday’s visit to Princess Taghreed Secondary Girls School in Amman.
Camilla wore her lovely diamond and pearl drop earrings, plus her other layered pieces of jewelry, for a centenary celebration of the founding of the Jordanian state at the Jordan Museum in Amman on Wednesday night.
On Thursday, Charles and Camilla moved on to the second country on their itinerary: Egypt. Camilla wore her pearl drop earrings with the layered necklaces for a visit to the pyramids in Giza on Thursday afternoon.
Back in London, the Duchess of Cambridge wore gold statement earrings with a glittering green gown (previously worn during the tour of Pakistan) for the Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday night.