- Sep 1, 2018
Touche!Like even the males? Can you imagine Felipe VI with La Buena or his Belgian namesake in the 9 Provinces LOL
I wonder who is wearing it now ?Princess Margaret's 5.16 carat diamond ring
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Yes, I agree that would have been a more stylish dress, but certainly not as memorable as the one she chose. I saw it at the Diana exhibition that toured a few years ago. The train was insanely long and all of those bows. Her dress was a young girl's fantasy wedding dress.I vividly remember watching the wedding and when she got out of the limo I was shocked, without a doubt I thought that is the ugliest wedding dress ever, the color was wrong, she should have worn white, white.. she was very young and I suppose somebody tried to talk out of this flouncy, blah dress, but youth is for mistakes.
this would have been stunning on her and it is a 1980 wedding dress.
Just to clarify...the person taking the picture was at least six feet away, and once students are present I wear a mask. I am taking inspiration from Queen Mathilde and I have masks to match all my school dresses!
Thank you for sharing this ring! I absolutely love it and I'm considering it for a reverse pair of tourmaline pears.
Crown1 - The avatar I chose is actually another ring with Royal connections. (Do we see a theme here?) It''s the ering that Princess Diana''s brother, Charles Earl Spencer, gave to his first wife Victoria Lockwood. It was an antique ring that he bought from a dealer in London. There was a trend - either Victorian or Edwardian period - can''t remember which - for "crowned rings" or rings topped with bows. Usually they featured a double heart motif like this one.
I just thought it was a gorgeous ring - a really fine example of it''s type - better even than the ones I''ve seen in the museums in London! It also fit in well with the historical feel/theme that they did for their wedding. The birdesmaids and grooms outfits were copied from a Gainsborough painting that hangs at the Spencer estate of Althorp.
Anyhow - the marriage ended in disaster - as did Earl Spencer''s second marriage as well. I think that ering was about the only thing I like about him!
May she rest in peace!The Queen's cousin Lady Elizabeth Shalerley (nee Anson) has passed away
Not technically a royal although her step father was a Prince of Denmark- but a cousin of the Queen's on the Queen mother's side, a very well connected lady and a freind of HM. She worked as a party planner to royalty
Check out those pearls
No jewles on this last one so im sneaking it in
That must have been some party before Will and Kate's weddingMay she rest in peace!
Lady Elizabeth was a lovely lady and was close to a lot of the continental royals, including Denmark, Norway and Luxembourg.
She had inherited a large diamond tiara from her step-father, who in turn inherited it from Princess Viggo. Lady Elizabeth wore the tiara to a lot of royal events, most recently the 80th b'day celebrations for King Harald and Queen Sonja and the Dutch State Visit in the UK.
A sweet picture with Marie Chantal of Greece from 2018:
She also had some other nice jewels, like this lovely set of emerald and diamond (?) jewels, worn on the eve of William and Catherine's wedding in 2011:
...and matching ring: