This Friday, Queen Elizabeth and her husband were married for 73 years, which is why Buckingham Palace and the United Kingdom were in celebration to commemorate that special date.
And is that Your Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh, to honor that November 20, 1947, decided to show the world a tender photograph in which they are receiving a gift from their great-grandchildren George, Charlotte and Louis.
However, another of the most striking things that stood out from the image was that the Sovereign She was wearing a jewel that she wore on her honeymoon and that has belonged to her for a year before she said yes, I accept.
This piece arrived at the royal jewelry box in 1946 and became the brooch that stole all the attention this Friday, along with the recent photographs that were published on the official social networks of The Royal Family.
According to Who, this sapphire chrysanthemum was adorned with platinum and diamond accents and matched the sky-blue dress she opted for. the grandmother of Princes William and Harry.
Recall that it was in 2007 when the couple celebrated their diamond anniversary, that is, 60 years united in marriage. For that occasion, they recreated their honeymoon in Broadlands at Lord Mountbatten’s house in Hampshire.
Without a doubt, although the years passed, it looked very similar to that time and, of course, I also opted for the pearls that characterize the Monarch of the United Kingdom, which he always uses.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip made headlines this weekend for this great celebration, as it is one of the most established marriages of the British Royal Family.