Queen Elizabeth chose some special jewelry for her recent gathering, which speaks volumes about how the Queen keeps her late husband Prince Philip close to her heart.. During a virtual meeting with Mrs. Agnes OswahaThe Queen, the South Sudanese ambassador, on Tuesday wore a floral dress emblazoned with the Onslow Butterfly Brooch, a jewel that has only been seen in public three times in the past decade.
The diamond and sapphire butterfly brooch was a gift from the widow of the Countess of Onslow to the Queen at her 1947 wedding to the late Duke of Edinburgh. The moment of his return was symbolic just two days before the centenary of the birth of the Queen’s husband Prince Philip, who died on 9 April.
The gift was last seen in August 2019 when the Queen attended a church service in Balmoral. Before that, she used it in Norfolk for a meeting at the Sandringham Institute for Women in January 2012 and in 2010 she used it to host President Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda, at Buckingham Palace.
The Queen often chooses her jewelry to honor a particular person or occasion. In a romantic nod to her husband, the Queen celebrated her last wedding anniversary last November with a chrysanthemum brooch, a ruby and diamond brooch she wore in a series of photos taken with him on her New York honeymoon.1947.
Wednesday It was revealed that the Queen accepted a special rose from the Royal Horticultural Society, the UK’s leading horticultural charity, in honor of her husband’s centenary. The King, who has stayed at Windsor Castle amid the pandemic, celebrates Philip’s birthday “Privacy”A source in the palace told the magazine People.
Check out a photo of Queen Elizabeth with a diamond and ruby brooch here:
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