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Tiaras Glitter at Queen Margrethe's Ruby Celebration

With Scandinavian royalties gathering in Denmark to celebrate Queen Margrethe's 40th year on the throne, bedazzling the cheering crowd and the picture-hungry press were the royals' rich display of sparkling tiaras, necklaces, and jewelries that adorned them from up to down during the Gala Dinner held Jan. 15.

Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik are all-smiles as they make their entrance to
the gala celebrated in celebration of the queen's ruby anniversary. 

The gala's stunner, Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of
Greece, is seen wearing the fabled tiara that was once
owned by Queen Frederica. The tiara was not seen
 in public for the last 40 years until Queen Margrethe's
 ruby anniversary. 

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wears the most
sparkling tiara and necklace set, of diamond and ruby.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway opted for a
slightly more -  yet equally stunning - modest
look with a simple diamond tiara.

Queen Anne-Marie in her diamond and emerald
tiara and necklace set. 

Queen Sonja in her full regalia.

Queen Sylvia of Sweden glitters and sparkles.


  1. These are truly amazing photos. Well, I also have to find some spacious San Francisco venues for my royal themed wedding. I have already bought Tiara and vintage royal outfit and they are also very beautiful. Hopefully will find the suitable venue too.


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