No tiaras this week, but plenty of other royal sparkle to enjoy! Don’t forget to vote for your favorites!
On Wednesday, Princess Stephanie of Monaco sparkled in a trio of diamond stud earrings as she joined little Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella for the annual Christmas celebrations at the Palais Princier.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wore black beaded earrings on Tuesday for a visit to the Cafe Huis ten Bos in Geertruidenberg.
For the Nobel Peace Prize celebrations in Oslo on Friday, Queen Sonja of Norway wore diamonds and pearls with her signature gold bangle bracelets.
In Sweden on Friday, Queen Silvia wore multicolored statement earrings and gold bracelets for the awarding of the Nobel Prizes in Stockholm.
Queen Letizia of Spain wore diamond floral earrings with small pendant drops on Thursday for the Spanish Olympic Committee’s annual gala in Madrid.
Princess Victoria Romanovna sparkled in diamond fringe earrings at the yacht club in Paris for Friday’s Assembly of the Russian Nobility in France dinner.
At Friday’s dinner in Paris, Princess Yasmine Murat wore a diamond necklace and pearl drop earrings.
Princess Noal of Egypt was also present for the Assembly of the Russian Nobility in France dinner on Friday in Paris, wearing earrings, a necklace, and a ring set with sparkling gems.
On Tuesday, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore her Ruby Sweet William Brooch for virtual audiences.
The Queen wore Empress Marie Feodorovna’s Sapphire Brooch on Wednesday to meet with the Sultan of Oman and his wife at Windsor Castle. (This appearance makes me wonder if the brooch worn recently by Princess Anne is actually a copy.)
On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cornwall wore her delicate gold and gemstone drop earrings for a visit to St. Mark’s Church in Battersea to support the Wandsworth Foodbank.
Camilla wore the same gemstone drop earrings on Wednesday for her annual Christmas party for vulnerable children at Clarence House, pairing them with an owl-themed brooch and a gold bracelet.