Re: Alexia of Greece's diamond tiara
Posted by Pedro on July 23, 2012, 4:11 pm, in reply to "Re: Alexia of Greece's diamond tiara"
I hope to see a large bunch of Greek relatives at Queen Margrethe's Golden Jubilee - Philippos might be married at that time! So, one can expect the Queen, the Crown Princess and four Princesses. |
: Thanks Clemetine for the lovely picture of
: Princess Alexia.
: The information I have is that this tiara
: was an 18th anniversary gift from her
: parents and was purchased for her. I have no
: information on the jeweler that made it, nor
: if it was new or purchased on an auction of
: classical jewels.
: I find it a lovely classical style diamond
: tiara for a young princess.
: I always wonder why the King and Queen never
: did the same for their youngest daughter
: Princess Theodora. Although she has far
: diferent interests than attending galas, she
: did had to borrow the danish turquoise tiara
: from her aunt recently. There seems to be a
: lack of smaller tiaras for the younger
: princesses. I will assume that Princess
: Marie Chantal will wear the fabulous diamond
: tiara of Queen Sophie on grand ocasions from
: now on, and her own fringe tiara for lesser
: ocasions. Princess Alexia has her own tiara.
: So, Princesses Theodora, Tatiana and the
: future wife of Prince Philipos will have to
: share the corsage tiara or borrow some from
: aunt Margareth...
: Anyway perhaps they will not attend gala
: events at the same time, so they can share.
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: There's a debate on Facebook (Royal Jewels
: Club) about the diamond tiara worn by the
: princess on each royal events for many
: years. Is it a Greek royal family heirloom,
: since I can't find any picture of her mother
: the Queen Anne-Marie wearing it ? Or was it
: purchased ?
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