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Re: What do others think Queen Camilla might wear in Germany?
I'd love to see jewels associated with King George 3rd and his wife Queen Charlotte or jewels from the wife of King William 4th and then Queen Victoria as the last of the Hanovarians. So the diamond fringe tiara from the wife of king William and the amethyst from Queen Victoria's mother the Duchess of Kent would be more suited to a country that those royals had deep heritage in.
The British royals need to debut more of the vaulted jewels we know nothing about. I'd love to see Camilla at the banquet in ropes of diamond Collier necklaces as did Queen Mary did and the amethyst brooches on her bodice and the small spiked diamond crown QV dawned in her final days, or the diamond feathers or are they wheat leaves which can form a crown' she should make either of them stand higher with a set of diamonds at the base.
Lots of ropes pearls for another formal event with a stomacher from Queen Mary down her bodice or at the front of her dress. The diamond bows come to mind for the upper part of her body and as Sash holders.
Dark and white stones such as amethyst would be more suitable after the death of such an iconic Queen.
What jewels do you think Queen Camilla will wear in Germany?
I am expecting to see rubies for the formal evening as red is one of the German colours.
But there will be day time engagements, an opportunity to wear some brooches also.