Our series on the last major bejeweled Nobel celebrations in Sweden continues today with a spectacular tiara appearance from Princess Sofia.
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia joined Princess Madeleine in the front row of the audience at the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm on December 10, 2019.
For the occasion, Princess Sofia wore a striking gown in a bright shade of turquoise blue. The dress featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and dramatic long sleeves with button detailing. The gown was made by a Swedish designer, Emelie Janrell.
The blue shade of the gown provided a nice contrast with the light blue accents of Sofia’s decorations. She wore King Carl XVI Gustaf’s Royal Family Order, plus the sash and star of the Order of the Seraphim.
The big surprise of the night was Sofia’s tiara. She debuted a brand-new setting of her wedding tiara, featuring a set of turquoise topper ornaments. The diamond palmette tiara, which was made for Sofia in 2015 by renovating a necklace from Queen Silvia’s collection, can also be worn with emerald and pearl toppers, or with no additional ornaments at all.
Sofia coordinated her earrings with the new turquoise ornaments, wearing a bold pair of diamond and turquoise statement earrings.
She secured her Seraphim sash with a small diamond bow brooch from the Bernadotte vaults.
And she finished off the look with a modern diamond criss-cross ring, worn on her right hand.