Swedish Royal Wedding: German Royals

A number of German royals and nobles also attended Princess Madeleine and Chris O’Neill’s wedding. The Bavarian royals, Princess Ursula and her daughter-in-law Princess Anna, both wore small tiaras of unknown origin. This royal family recently sold their biggest tiara at auction – these two smaller tiaras are either replacement purchases or have been pulled out from the depths of the family vault. Hopefully, some details will be released soon. Ursula’s tiara looks to be a delicate floral one while Anna’s is a small fringe.

Princess Ursula of Bavaria, June 8, 2013 | The Royal Hats Blog

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Princess Silvia of Arenberg appeared in another tiara surprise – her tiara looks so much like Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg’s Art Deco Tiara that I can only assume that Silvia borrowed it from her Luxembourgish friend! It looks much more becoming on her than her matronly dress, I’m afraid.

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Princess Kelly of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a turquoise button tiara that used to belong to her husband’s great-grandmother. Turquoise tiaras are hard to wear and while this one is a little disjointed between her royal blue dress and cerise and jade green sash, it looks lovely on this blue-eyed princess.

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Photos from Albert Nieboer via Corbis; Getty as indicated

3 thoughts on “Swedish Royal Wedding: German Royals

  1. Princess Anna’s pink dress is amazing. AMAZING. Did I say amazing?! I also really like Princess Kelly’s dress. And how come I had no idea there are princesses in Germany?!!!!!

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