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Benedikte’s Floral Tiara

Once her daughters came of age, we began to see Benedikte in the tiara less and less. These days, she is more likely to wear the Star and Pearl Tiara or the Fringe Tiara, leaving the floral tiara for Alexandra or Nathalie.

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#Danish Royal Family
#German Royal Family
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Benedikte’s Floral Tiara

Benedikte tends to prefer either the diamond center or the pearl center. We seem to rarely see the emerald center in the tiara.

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#Swedish Royal Family
#crown princess victoria
#prince daniel
#Princess Estelle
#patronages

Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, and Princess Estelle met with members of FUB.  FUB is an organization that focuses on people with developmental disabilities to be able to live a good life. 

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Benedikte’s Floral Tiara

An 18th birthday present from the King and Queen, this was Benedikte’s only tiara for many years. She had many tiara events to attend, so this tiara was seen quite often.

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#Princess Marie
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Anonymous asked: About Charlene's blue-and-white dress: it is not Akris but Dior. The all-white dress is Akris. (according to the royal couturier)

Thanks for the information! :)


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#Danish Royal Family
#German Royal Family
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Benedikte’s Floral Tiara

A favorite for Princess Alexandra to wear, she tends to reach for this one when attending tiara events.

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#Princess Benedikte

The Danish Sisters in Graasten, July 2014

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#Danish Royal Family
#German Royal Family
#Princess Nathalie
#Tiara

Benedikte’s Floral Tiara

An 18th birthday gift to Princess Benedikte of Denmark, this floral tiara has a stone in the center flower that can be swapped out for an emerald, diamond, or pearl.

This one seems to not be a favorite of Princess Nathalie, as she’s worn it only five times (that the camera has caught).

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#Belgian Royal Family
#Princess Claire
#Tiara

Princess Claire’s Diamond and Pearl Tiara

First worn by the Belgian Princess to Crown Princess Victoria’s wedding in June 2010, she has since only worn the tiara. The Princess does not have many opportunities to wear tiaras, so we’ve only seen this one three times. Bigger than her wedding tiara, this one still can get lost in her hair. Still, it’s better than the other one.

Hopefully we will continue to see the Princess at tiara events.

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#Belgian Royal Family
#Princess Claire
#Tiara

Princess Claire’s Diamond Tiara

First worn by Princess Claire at her 2003 wedding, it was her only tiara until 2010. Claire does not attend many tiara events, but she did get the opportunity to wear this one on several occasions. Unfortunately, this small tiara gets lost in her hair and sometimes you can barely tell she’s wearing it. She has not worn it since the Dutch State Visit in June 2006.

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fredredrika asked: Regarding the SRF national dress debate, my dad has never worn a national outfit for any occasion, but my mom wears her's at least once a year. To be honest, I have only seen a man wearing a national outfit once in my life. It's not common for men to wear one; they tend to wear normal suits. It's not just the royal males who skip out on the national outfit--most Swedish males tend to.

That’s what I figured. They probably don’t want to wear it. It also isn’t as  “cute” as the female clothing.


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Anonymous asked: Is there a recorded reason why King Carl XVI Gustaf and the other men of the SRF don't wear traditional clothing?

lobo-hombre-en-paris:

royalwatcher:

I don’t know, maybe they don’t want to?

I’m not the anon, but I think it’s not because they don’t want to. It would seem very unfair in the public’s view. There should be a valid reason, I don’t know much about Swedish history or their Royalty, but this questions has been brought to my mind before..

How would it be unfair? The women wear traditional dress. How is that not unfair?


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Anonymous asked: Is there a recorded reason why King Carl XVI Gustaf and the other men of the SRF don't wear traditional clothing?

I don’t know, maybe they don’t want to?


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