The TV Documentary : De Kongelige Juveler - Danish Royal Family

The Documentary :De Kongelige Juveler 'The Royal Jewels. Scandinavian Royal Jewels. Part 1 mainly charts the history of the Danish Ruby parure from france to Sweden to Denmark. The programe includes detailed and personal interviews by Queen Margrethe II, Crown Princess Mary, Princess Bendikte of Denmark, and Queen Silvia of Sweden.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, wife of guest of honour Crown Prince Frederik, was stunning in the Diamond, Ruby and Spinel Necklace tiara
The Danish royal family celebrated Crown Prince Frederik's 50th birthday in style, with a gala dinner held at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen on May 26. While the black tie affair was full of emotion thanks to Crown Princess Mary's loved-up speech that left the future King in tears, we also couldn't help but go jewel-spotting to check out the most amazing tiaras of the night. Scroll through to see 12 jaw-dropping looks from the party. Princess Olympia of Greece made her gala debut in a fringe tiara often worn by her mother, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal. The 21-year-old was among the new generation of royals to attend, along with her brother Prince Achileas-Andreas and Prince Joachim of Denmark's model son Prince Nikolai.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, wife of guest of honour Crown Prince Frederik, was stunning in the Diamond, Ruby and Spinel Necklace tiara. The tiara, thought to be recently-acquired, and which the Crown Princess only started wearing a few years ago, dates back to the early 20th century.

Princess Marie of Denmark, who is married to Queen Margrethe's younger son Prince Joachim, wore a glittering blue gown that twinkled nearly as much as her jewelled headpiece, the Diamond Floral tiara.

Prince Joachim's ex-wife Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg, mother of Burberry model Prince Nikolai, also opted for some serious bling. The mom of two wore the Alexandrine Drop tiara, a nuptial gift from her ex-mother-in-law Queen Margrethe that she had also worn on her wedding day.

Guest of honour Crown Prince Frederik's mother Queen Margrethe wore something that we don't often see – a bold gold tiara. The Naasut parure was a gift from Greenland in 2012 for the Danish monarch's 40th anniversary on the throne.

Princess Benedikte, sister of both Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, also wore a fringe style tiara. The royal's diadem is the Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg fringe tiara, made by Koch in 1905

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