With close relations between the Swedish and Danish Royal Families (the Swedish King and Danish Queen are first cousins), there was predictably large group of Danish Royals in attendance today. Crown Princess Mary wore her most informal tiara, the Midnight Tiara. I was not surprised by this choice but I was not sold on it paired with her formal watermelon pink dress and cape. A cape is about as formal as it gets and I think her ruby tiara would have been a much better compliment to this gown.
Princess Marie predictably wore her Dagmar Floral Tiara; I say this was predictable tiara choice because it is the only tiara she has ever worn. I’m not complaining, mind you, as this delicate tiara looks great on petite Marie. I thought it was also the perfect match for her equally delicate embroidered pink gown. Lovely all around.
Princess Benedikte, who is Princess Madeleine’s godmother, wore one of her standard tiaras, Queen Ingrid’s Star and Pearl Tiara (also known as Queen Ingrid’s Star and Spike Tiara). It’s tough to assess from these photos but this tiara is not one of my favourites. Her hairstyle makes it look less spiky but it’s still spikes and stars. I’m not sure there’s much you can do with that.
Photos from Getty as indicated