Zwei Königskinder – zweier Königsfamilien heirateten 1924 in Bad Mergentheim. Die Braut, Princessin Nadeshda, wurde von der Großmutter des Bräutigams, Herzogin Maria Theresia und ihrer Schwester der Prinzessin Eudoxie von Bulgarien und der Bräutigam von seinem Vater Herzog Albrecht von Würtemberg und dem ehemaligen Zaren Ferdinand von Bulgarien dem Vater der Braut, zum Altar geführt.
Unter den Gästen befanden sich die Geschwister des Bräutigams Herzog Philipp Albrecht und Herzogin Marie Margarete, ferner Herzog und Herzogin Robert sowie Herzog Ulrich von Württemberg. Kyrill von Bulgarien der Bruder der Braut und Prinz und Prinzessin Johann Georg von Sachsen, der Herzog von Coburg mit Tochter und die Familien der Häuser Hohenlohe und Leiningen.
Die Prinzessin Nadeshda trug Familienschmuck, der vorher ihrer Grossmutter der Prinzessin von Frankreich, Herzogin Clementine von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha gehörte. Mehr zu der Geschichte und der Historie von den Juwelen und Schmuck>>
Royal Wedding of two royal families in 1924 in Bad Mergentheim. The bride Princess Nadshda, was led by the grandmother of the groom, Duchess Maria Theresia and her sister Princess Eudoxie of Bulgaria and the groom from his father Duke Albrecht of Wurtemberg and the Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria, to the altar.
Among the guests were the sisters of the bridegroom Duke Philipp Albrecht and Duchess Marie Margarete, also Duke and Duchess Robert and Duke Ulrich of Württemberg. Kyrill of Bulgaria the bride’s brother and Prince and Princess Johann Georg of Saxony, the Duke of Coburg with daughter and the families of the homes Hohenlohe and Leiningen.
The princess wore family jewelry that belonged to her grandmother Princess of France, Duchess Clementine of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha >>
Exhibition opens today at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday
This brooch will be on display at the first of three special exhibitions, Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Queen’s Wardrobe, opens today (Thursday, 21 April) at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen.
The group of outfits, which chart Her Majesty’s life and reign from childhood to the present day, and represent family, official and ceremonial occasions, is the largest display of The Queen’s dress ever shown in Scotland.
For public appearances during childhood, Princess Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret often wore formal dress, such as the pink, princess-line coats and matching bonnets in the exhibition. These outfits were worn by the Princesses, aged nine and five respectively, for a Service of Thanksgiving for the Silver Jubilee of their grandparents, King George V and Queen Mary, at St Paul’s Cathedral on 6 May 1935. Princess Elizabeth also wore the coat for an official visit to the Palace of Holyroodhouse with their parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937.
This photograph has been released to mark Accession Day 2022: the 70th anniversary of Her Majesty’s reign and the start of her Platinum Jubilee year.
Her Majesty is seen with one of her famous red boxes. Over the past 70 years, The Queen has received daily papers from her Private Secretaries, in person or via a red despatch box. The boxes hold documents updating Her Majesty on events in Parliament as well as overseas and Commonwealth matters, and State papers requiring her signature and Royal assent.
The Queen is wearing two diamond ivy leaf clips, which were a gift from The Queen Mother for the then Princess Elizabeth’s 21st birthday.
The clips were made for Mrs. Greville by Cartier – one in 1930 and the other in 1937. They were bequeathed to The Queen Mother in 1942 and given to The Queen as a 21st birthday present by her parents.
Diamond Gifts for the royal birthday child and the Royal Family
In 1947, the Royal Family were presented with a selection of diamonds as a gift of the people of South Africa, after an two-month-tour.
The picture below, show the unset diamonds mounted in wax in the form of a springbok, the symbol of South Africa, presented to the King.
…..an magnificent unset diamond presented to Queen Elizabeth.
Middle – Princess Margaret received a bracelet, also of 17 brillants and 18 diamond
Right – Princess Elizabeth’s gift, a beautiful diamond necklace, it was a 21st birthday gift more details about the jewels: