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Prince Axel of Denmark and his family

Prince Axel of Denmark and his family

The Norwegian Gold Bandeau-In low bandeau form, this tiara is primarily gold. it's part of a parure with a set of earrings and a brooch. Astrid is said to have inherited this set from her maternal grandmother, Princess Ingeborg of Sweden (1878-1958, a princess of Denmark who married into the Swedish royal family).Jewels from Ingeborg can be found in several countries these days, as her descendants reign in Norway, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

The Norwegian Gold Bandeau-In low bandeau form, this tiara is primarily gold. it's part of a parure with a set of earrings and a brooch. Astrid is said to have inherited this set from her maternal grandmother, Princess Ingeborg of Sweden (1878-1958, a princess of Denmark who married into the Swedish royal family).Jewels from Ingeborg can be found in several countries these days, as her descendants reign in Norway, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

The Norwegian Gold Bandeau-In low bandeau form, this tiara is primarily gold. it's part of a parure with a set of earrings and a brooch. Astrid is said to have inherited this set from her maternal grandmother, Princess Ingeborg of Sweden (1878-1958, a princess of Denmark who married into the Swedish royal family).Jewels from Ingeborg can be found in several countries these days, as her descendants reign in Norway, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

The Norwegian Gold Bandeau-In low bandeau form, this tiara is primarily gold. it's part of a parure with a set of earrings and a brooch. Astrid is said to have inherited this set from her maternal grandmother, Princess Ingeborg of Sweden (1878-1958, a princess of Denmark who married into the Swedish royal family).Jewels from Ingeborg can be found in several countries these days, as her descendants reign in Norway, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

The Royal Family of Norway can trace their lineage all the way back to the 9th century. The modern day Royal Family, are descendants from both Queen Victoria and King Christian IX. King Christian's grandson, Prince Carl of Denmark, was elected the new King of Norway, when Norway ended their union with Sweden in 1905. At the time, he was already married to Britain's Princess Maud, and he changed his name to Haakon, and the two became King and Queen of Norway.

The Royal Family of Norway can trace their lineage all the way back to the 9th century. The modern day Royal Family, are descendants from both Queen Victoria and King Christian IX. King Christian's grandson, Prince Carl of Denmark, was elected the new King of Norway, when Norway ended their union with Sweden in 1905. At the time, he was already married to Britain's Princess Maud, and he changed his name to Haakon, and the two became King and Queen of Norway.

Newlywed Crown Princess Lovisa of Denmark, neé Princess of Sweden. 1869

Newlywed Crown Princess Lovisa of Denmark, neé Princess of Sweden. 1869

Princess Margaretha of Sweden  She loaned this one to her niece, Sweden's Princess Margaretha, while she was in Denmark for Margrethe's 18th birthday celebrations. And then she began a family tradition that continues to this day when she loaned the Khedive to each of her three daughters on their wedding days. Every female descendant of Ingrid's has worn the tiara for their wedding ever since Queen Anne-Marie in 1964.

Princess Margaretha of Sweden She loaned this one to her niece, Sweden's Princess Margaretha, while she was in Denmark for Margrethe's 18th birthday celebrations. And then she began a family tradition that continues to this day when she loaned the Khedive to each of her three daughters on their wedding days. Every female descendant of Ingrid's has worn the tiara for their wedding ever since Queen Anne-Marie in 1964.

About her life and other royalty..

About her life and other royalty..

Princess Sibylla of Sweden with her grandfather-in-law, King Gustaf V Adolf of Sweden, and her daughter, Princess Margaretha of Sweden.

Princess Sibylla of Sweden with her grandfather-in-law, King Gustaf V Adolf of Sweden, and her daughter, Princess Margaretha of Sweden.

The Queen Sofia Star and Pearl Tiara | A Tiara a Day:  Originally owned by Queen Sofia of Sweden, it was eventually left to Princess Ingrid, who married into the Danish royal family and bequeathed to her daughter Princess Benedikte.  Photos (clockwise from top left): Princess Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg; Princess Benedikte; Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Countess of Pfeil and Klein-Ellguth; Carina Axelsson; tiara detail; Queen Ingrid of Denmark.

The Queen Sofia Star and Pearl Tiara | A Tiara a Day: Originally owned by Queen Sofia of Sweden, it was eventually left to Princess Ingrid, who married into the Danish royal family and bequeathed to her daughter Princess Benedikte. Photos (clockwise from top left): Princess Nathalie of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg; Princess Benedikte; Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Countess of Pfeil and Klein-Ellguth; Carina Axelsson; tiara detail; Queen Ingrid of Denmark.

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