Duchess Maria Teresa celebrates her 60th birthday

Luxembourg's Grand Duchess Maria Teresa celebrates her 60th birthday on Tuesday. Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (Maria Teresa Mestre was born on March 22, 1956 in Marianao, Havana, Cuba.), is the spouse of Grand Duke Henri. Happy Birthday Grand Duchess Maria Teresa.
Luxembourg's Grand Duchess Maria Teresa celebrates her 60th birthday on Tuesday. Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, diamond, tiara, earrings, diamond baracelet, diamond, rings, jewelery, wedding dress

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  1. That's an impressive tiara ! It must be heavy to wear !

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  2. Too much bling - they could feed 10 of their poor families for a year with its worth.

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    1. They could feed many, many more than 10 families with what those jewels are worth!

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  3. Too much bling - they could feed 10 of their poor families for a year with its worth.

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    1. Lizzie that comment is just out of place. If you believe that then everything all of the families do, wear, etc could feed the world and there would be no point of reading this blog. Are you the same Lizzie that oohs and aahhhhs on the Duchess Kate blog which is all about fashion and jewelry and tiaras? If so then this comment is silly ...

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  4. She is so pretty!! Love that tiara!!

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  5. She looks absolutely fabulous for 60!

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  6. C'est une très jolie femme, elle n'a donc pas besoin de surcharger l'ensemble. Pour moi, là, il y en a trop. On s'y perd dans ce magasin de bling bling. Dommage!

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  7. Lovely photo! I like the contrasting colours of her gown, sash and her jewellery, the emeralds really pop!

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  8. Perfect! She should have had that hairstyle to the tiara at Victoria's wedding in 2010.

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