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Old 01-24-2017, 07:28 PM
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A nice presentation of tiaras worn by Princess Caroline.
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The Cartier Pearl Drop Tiara is one tiara I wish we saw more of and I never tire of seeing.
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Old 01-26-2017, 10:47 AM
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Hanover Floral Tiara

A beautiful and stunning tiara.
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Old 01-26-2017, 11:22 AM
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Now that my friends is a tiara, and Princess Caroline seems born to wear it.

Gorgeous.
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http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/...7468?s=594x594

Caroline with playful jewelry at the jumping.
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Old 06-25-2017, 10:03 AM
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[QUOTE=cdm;1996751]http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/...7468?s=594x594

Caroline with playful jewelry at the jumping.[/QUOTE

Not a great fan, i'm afraid!!! ]
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A lot of Caroline's modern pieces of jewelry are absolutely hideous ,the above are not the worst offenders.
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Old 01-10-2018, 03:49 PM
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Princess Caroline wore this necklace which includes rubies at the Rose Ball in Monaco in 2005. Was this necklace owned by her grandmother Princess Charlotte?
Princess Caroline of Monaco in Monaco on March 19, 2005. News Photo | Getty Images
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I think to have read once it was her 18th birthday present from her parents.
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Old 01-11-2018, 08:17 AM
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Princess Caroline wore this necklace which includes rubies at the Rose Ball in Monaco in 2005. Was this necklace owned by her grandmother Princess Charlotte?

Princess Caroline of Monaco in Monaco on March 19, 2005. News Photo | Getty Images


This was an 18th Birthday present from her parents - no rubies though !
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Princess Caroline Jewellery (Monaco and Hanover)

Diamonds and pearls an a starfish necklace for this year’s Rose Ball.
https://instagram.com/p/BgvyFkanOv8/

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Sailing yacht earrings
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At least Princess Caroline wears the ice! Although I don't know to whom the rocks belong, if the jewels belong to Prince Albert, Princess Charlene ought to be wearing the Grimaldi jewellery. For instance, Princess Charlene's appearance at a royal Swedish wedding was disgraceful when she wore this brown gown and no diamonds at all that I can remember!
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Old 07-23-2018, 11:46 AM
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At least Princess Caroline wears the ice! Although I don't know to whom the rocks belong, if the jewels belong to Prince Albert, Princess Charlene ought to be wearing the Grimaldi jewellery. For instance, Princess Charlene's appearance at a royal Swedish wedding was disgraceful when she wore this brown gown and no diamonds at all that I can remember!


Hardly disgraceful! She chose not to wear any jewels, so what!? She is a naturally beautiful woman who prefers the minimum of adornment.
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To Idmemail, I think that Princess Charlene insulted the hosts because the dress code would have been on the invitation and it was obvious from how Queen Silvia and Queen Maxima, Crown Princess Mary and Queen Mathilde dressed that the ladies were expected to wear tiaras and sashes and stars. I think that Princess Charlene was quite wrong.
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Princess Caroline Jewellery (Monaco and Hanover)

Not all Monegasque princesses have the same love for jewelry apparently.
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To Idmemail, I think that Princess Charlene insulted the hosts because the dress code would have been on the invitation and it was obvious from how Queen Silvia and Queen Maxima, Crown Princess Mary and Queen Mathilde dressed that the ladies were expected to wear tiaras and sashes and stars. I think that Princess Charlene was quite wrong.


We all would have preferred that a full compliment of diamond tiara, necklace etc had been worn.
You are correct the invitation probably did say the dress code, but it is no insult if no jewels are worn. What if a guest forgets to bring her jewels or does not even own a tiara ? That I’m afraid is not how things are done.
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https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-g2mhj1-WR...caroline04.png

I really like these earrings and I have a suspiscion - knowing that Caroline often visits the Jeweler Köchert (ex imperial jeweler for the Habsburg family).
They have something very similar in their collection:

A.E. Köchert — Ohrgehänge
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To Idmemail, I think that Princess Charlene insulted the hosts because the dress code would have been on the invitation and it was obvious from how Queen Silvia and Queen Maxima, Crown Princess Mary and Queen Mathilde dressed that the ladies were expected to wear tiaras and sashes and stars. I think that Princess Charlene was quite wrong.

Jewels are always optional and never a requirement. Note that Queen Fabiola of the Belgians, Queen Sofía of Spain or Empress Michiko of Japan have worn no diadems at all at "diadem events". They are perfectly free to do so.
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