Piercing the matiara of ‘Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s 18th birthday portrait

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Princess Ingrid Alexandra the eldest daughter in Crown Prince Hagon Magnus and Princess Mette-Marit Crown Princess of the Norwegian Royal Family His Majesty’s 18th birthday on Jan. 21, 2022. The government released a new photo on June 16 and held a gala dinner to celebrate his birthday officially on June 17. In the past as well

In the historical figure published by the Norwegian government The eldest daughter of the royal family glorified in a midnight blue evening gown. Drive the skin to look radiant and radiant. He also crowned ‘Princess Ingeborg’s Pearl Circle Tiara’ Embellished with sparkling pearls and diamonds.

Statue of Princess Ingrid Alexandra on the occasion of her 18th birthday

Such a tiara was not only beautiful and mesmerizing all eyes. But it is also one of the reasons that makes the 18th birthday amulet become a historical figure. That was because this tiara was a gift that was inherited from the King. ‘Princess Ranghild’ which was originally owned by ‘Princess Ingborg of Denmark’ Grandmother in His Majesty King Harald V Current King of Norway Therefore, she is the grandmother (great-grandmother) of Princess Ingrid Alexandra.

Princess Ingeborg’s Pearl Circle Tiara, the tiara of Princess Ingeborg of Denmark, who was inherited by the Norwegian royal family.

Princess Ingeborg’s Pearl Circle Tiara is the property of the Laurentson family. direct descendants After Princess Ranghild died which was given as a gift to Princess Ingrid Alexandra on the occasion of her 18th birthday on January 21, 2022 and is the first crown of Princess Ingrid Alexandra, who is currently He is in the position of No. 2 as the heir to the throne of Norway.

Princess Ingrid Alexandra
Princess Mette-Marit while attending a reception for the British government in 2001 in a Midnight Blue dress.

At the same time, besides the aforementioned crown, it will carry over 100 years of history of the Norwegian royal family. The beautiful dark blue evening gown was something Princess Ingrid Alexandra had inherited from her mother. Princess Mette-Marit She wore the dress while attending a reception for the British government in 2001, before her wedding to Crown Prince Hagon Magnus.

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In addition to Princess Ingrid Alexandra, the second-ranked heir to Norway, will be crowned with a precious crown to take a picture on the occasion of her 18th birthday officially on June 16. The tiara also attended a gala dinner last Friday night.

Princess Astrid The second daughter of King Olaf V has an order of this crown that “The tiara inherited from Princess Ingrid Alexandra means a lot to us.”

Princess Ingrid Alexandra
King Olaf V, Princess Ingborg, Princess Astrid and Crown Prince Harald At the celebration of the 21st birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1958

He also added that “This tiara is exquisitely adorned with interlocking diamonds in a circle. surrounded on a white gold base The most striking is the diamond and pearl embellishment with a button pattern. Our Grandfather bought this tiara for Grandma during their visit to the Paris Exposition in 1900.”

“The Grandfather wore this crown countless times throughout his life. The last time he tiaras this one was the occasion to celebrate Prince Laurent’s 21st birthday. Our younger brother in 1958.” Princess Astrid recounts the long history behind the beautiful tiara of the Norwegian royal family.

Princess Martha Luisser of Norway, daughter of King Harald V and Queen Sonya. The tiara attended a gala dinner in New York City in 1939.

Princess Astrid recalled when she was told of this magnificent crown: “The Grandmaster used to allow his mother to borrow his tiara. when Mother and Father visited the United Kingdom.” When Princess Ingborg was still alive His Highness often let his three daughters borrow jewelry to go to events. such as once Crown Prince Olaf and Princess Martha Luiser visited the United States in 1939. Princess Martha wore this iconic pearl-adorned crown at a gala dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.

Information and photos: Courtesy of HELLO! UK and Norway Royal Court

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