Happy Birthday to Queen Rania of Jordan, who turns 53 today! The accomplished Palestinian who married a Jordanian Prince and unexpectedly became the influential Queen of the Middle Eastern Monarch, Queen Rania has primarily worn this sleek Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau over the past few years!
This delicate Tiara, composed of three drop diamonds dangling from a swirl that joins two rows of diamonds, was created by Boucheron for Queen Rania in 2008 and while intended to be worn as a bracelet, it has almost always been worn as a Bandeau Tiara.
Queen Rania debuted the Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau Tiara for a State Banquet hosted by the Sultan of Brunei at the Istana Nurul Iman in Bandar Seri Begawan, during a State Visit to Brunei.
A few months later, Queen Rania wore the Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau for a splendid Ceremony in Amman to mark the 10th Anniversary of King Abdullah’s Accession of the Jordanian Throne, which was followed by a motorcade procession through the streets of Amman.
Queen Rania has also worn the Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau for several Portrait Sessions, of varying degrees of formality, which suits Queen Rania’s sleek aesthetic.
In 2010, Queen Rania wore the Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau Tiara for the Wedding of Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden in Stockholm.
Queen Rania also wore the wore the Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau Tiara for the during the State Banquet hosted by King Philippe and Queen Mathilde at the Royal Castle of Laeken during the Jordanian State Visit to Belgium.
Queen Rania was last pictured wearing her Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia in March 2019, in an exclusive interview to mark the 20th Anniversary of King Abdullah’s Accession.
Most recently, Queen Rania’s Boucheron Bracelet Bandeau was worn by Queen Rania’s younger daughter, Princess Salma, for the Banquet hosted by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania for Foreign Royal Guests at the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman, to celebrate the Wedding of Crown Prince Hussein. There is no doubt we will continue to see this splendid piece for years to come!