Falling in the last category is Denmark's own Crown Princess Mary. She has two tiaras: the Ruby Parure tiara (which she last wore at Crown Princess Victoria's wedding), and her wedding tiara. Every now and then, she'll bust out a third, the Midnight Tiara (which we saw during Queen Margrethe's birthday celebrations), but that one is a loaner. Needless to say, she caused quite a stir when she turned up during South Korea's state visit to Denmark in a tiara surprise - her wedding tiara, fancied up!
Left: Before; Right: After
Let's start at the beginning, shall we?
as I've said before, in my opinion, it was no match for her major wedding veil and hair.
New Year Courts) and the wedding tiara sort of fills in for other events.
Here's the new version of the tiara:
The pearls were added by Marianne Dulong, and they are removable so that she can wear the tiara either way. (Flexibility in tiara options always gets bonus points!) Looks like it would be easy enough to revert back to me. The only downside I see here is that the new prominence of the base really highlights the positioning of the tiara in her hair. I mean, when the lovely Royalty Online tweeted me a link to pics from this event, she did so with this warning: Don't freak out about the crooked tiara!
But other than that, I'm on board. Mostly because, you know, I can't argue with adding more. (We all have our weaknesses.) Are you a fan of the changes?