Banquet - Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf visit Germany

On the second day of Swedish royal couple's visit to Germany, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia, German President Joachim Gauck, his partner Daniela Schadt attended a official banquet hosted by Sweden at the Charlottenburg Palace on October 6, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The Swedish royal couple is on a four-day visit to Germany.
Queen Silvia and Daniela Schadt, the tiara, which features five upright loops of diamonds with a drop pendant in the centre of each,  Princess Margaret of Connaught’s wedding
Queen Silvia and Daniela Schadt, the tiara, which features five upright loops of diamonds with a drop pendant in the centre of each,  Princess Margaret of Connaught’s wedding
Queen Silvia and Daniela Schadt, the tiara, which features five upright loops of diamonds with a drop pendant in the centre of each,  Princess Margaret of Connaught’s wedding

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    1. Absolutely! I like this dress better than the one of the night before.

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  2. its rarely that the Queen wears the baden fringe tiara.

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  3. I really love the color of Q.Silvia's dress. Also love the Baden fringe tiara and that brooch looks so beautiful.

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  4. Classe et élégance. La reine Silvia est tout simplement sublime. Quant à Mme Daniela Schadt, spécialement sur la première photo, elle me fait penser curieusement à la princesse héritière Mary de Danemark mais en plus âgée.

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  5. Oh, this is just sublime on Silvia! That dress is magnifique! I want it! And the brooch! Ok, she can keep the tiara and the King's order. Oh, and the shawl, so that she can cover up herself ;)

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  6. Purple is such a majestic colour, and Silvia is looking looking very majestic ! The brooch is sublime!

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