Sumary of Queen Camilla, the jewels in the casket of the queen to come:
- Perhaps because we are used to seeing her with a pair of jeans at home, a Barbour for walks in the countryside or very simple dresses in her formal commitments, we have never dwelt too much on Camilla’s jewelry collection.
- Every sparkle of Kate makes a noise and as for the queen, as soon as we see a diamond, we run to see what the story or the hidden message of that jewel on display is.
- The Duchess of Cornwall, despite the clamor that accompanied her decades ago, is a discreet woman and, perhaps also for this reason, we pay less attention to her dazzling royal apparatus than she does.
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- Now that in the message that marks the beginning of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the queen has blessed her daughter-in-law with the gift of the title of “queen consort” when Charles ascends the throne, her casket makes us even more curious.
- This is also because the usual well-informed have already dropped the bomb: Queen Camilla for the coronation ceremony of her consort will have the right to wear the crown worn by the Queen Mother in 1937, that of when King George VI, her husband, was appointed.
- It is a great “honor” made of platinum and 2800 diamonds with a cross that houses the famous 105-carat Koh-i-Noor.
- At the coronation of George VI in 1937, Queen Elizabeth mother (on the right) wore the crown that Camilla will likely wear.