Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's jewellery in pictures
Camilla Parker Bowles, 70, and Prince Charles, 69, have just returned from a royal trip to France and Greece. The Duchess of Cornwall did not disappoint with her fashion and jewellery choices on the five day trip.
The mother-of-two looked radiant in the Mediterranean sunshine wearing her four strand pearl choker with intricate diamond clasp. The necklace is a favourite of the Duchess and made it’s debut in 2012 during a tour of Scandinavia for the Queen’s diamond jubilee.
Camilla also added some glittering jewels to her outfit for an official dinner at the Presidential Mansion in Athens on Wednesday. The Duchess opted for a pair of white gold and diamond Magic Alhambra earrings thought to be worth around £34,800. The Van Cleef & Arpels design symbolises luck, health, fortune and love.
For more formal royal events Prince Charle’s wife will wear often a tiara.
When Camilla married the second-in-line to the throne she was given three tiaras on loan from the Queen. The Greville Tiara, the Teck Crescent Tiara and the Delhi Durbar Tiara.
Camilla favours the Greville tiara which was designed in 1921 for the Hon. Mrs Grenville and then given to the Queen Mother when she died.
Other jewellery worn by the Duchess of Cornwall includes her Welsh gold wedding ring and her art deco style square-cut diamond engagement ring which was a family heirloom, originally worn by the Queen Mother.
On her wedding day to Prince Charles, Camilla wore a pair of diamond flower pendant earrings. The earliest sighting of the earrings was in 2002.
Look through this gallery to see pictures of the Camilla Parker Bowles’ stunning jewellery collection.
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