Tiara Poll- Icelandic State Visit to Denmark

Later today, Queen Margrethe and the Danish Royal Family will host a State banquet for President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson and First Lady Eliza Jean Reid of Iceland at Christian VII’s Palace, Amalienborg. As usual, the Danish Royal Ladies will glitter in tiaras in honour of their guests. Vote below on what Tiara you think they will wear. As always, click on the underlined / highlighted links to get to the comprehensive post about the tiara or event. UPDATE: Check out the State Banquet HERE.

Queen Margrethe

Usually, Queen Margrethe wears the Baden Palmette Tiara and the Turquoise Daisy Bandeau for smaller Banquets, leaving the Pearl Poiré Tiara and Floral Aigrette Tiara for Banquets for close allies or royals relatives. My guess is that Queen Margrethe will wear the Floral Aigrette Tiara for this close ally and former territory.  Or she might surprise us and wear one of her modern tiaras.

UPDATE: Queen Margrethe indeed surprised us and wore the Naasut Tiara for only the second time at the Banquet.

Crown Princess Mary

For State Banquets, Crown Princess Mary has only worn her Wedding Tiara, leaving the Ruby Parure for grander occasions such as the New Year’s Levee and Official Portraits. However, with the State Banquet debut of her new Necklace Tiara at last year’s Mexican State Banquet, she has another option. Crown Princess Mary might also chose to wear the Midnight Tiara, on loan to her, which she has worn only a handful of times.

UPDATE: Crown Princess Mary wore her new Necklace Tiara.

Princess Marie

Princess Marie has worn her Diamond Floral Tiara for all of her Tiara occasions except one, and my personal guess is that we will see it again at the State Banquet tomorrow. Her other tiara, the Flora Danica, is loaned to her.

UPDATE: Princess Marie wore the Dagmar Floral tiara at the Banquet.

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For more information, check out:

Danish Royal Tiaras

Danish Royal Tiaras 2016

Iceland State Banquet

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