Charlene Wittstock’s Royal Wedding Jewelry


Monaco royal wedding watchers got two surprises at the highly anticipated nuptials of notorious bachelor, Prince Albert and former Olympic swimmer and all around hottie, Charlene Wittstock today.

No runaway bride. And no tiara.


Despite rumors of cold feet, Ms. Wittstock showed up in a smashing Armani Prive wedding frock that featured a 15-foot train with elegant embroidery and Swarovski crystals. Her look was topped off with a “Diamond Spray” tiara (if you can officially call it that) created by Lorenz Baumer with 11 encrusted pear-shaped diamond, according to


The couple exchanged 18-karat white gold wedding bands from Cartier in front of the usual royal suspects along with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, James Bond star Roger Moore, former supermodel Naomi Campbell, and veteran fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.

Now that all that formal info is out of the way – can we talk about the ‘no tiara’ decision for a sec?


Kindof a shocker, considering the royal protocol for such things – but I for one think the look is smashing. Love the ‘spray’ effect and think it’s the perfect fit for her updo. So there. What do you guys think?

And while the palace PR machine denies any ‘runaway bride’ scenario, I have yet to find a picture where these two look like there’s one lick of chemistry left (unlike my fav royal couple – that Swedish sensation, Crown Princess Victoria and her commoner fitness-guru-turned-prince, Daniel Westling).

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden


Speaking of, the serious royal bling came out the night prior for a benefit concert/civil ceremony, where the only fireworks happening were…the fireworks (just kiddin’ kids).

Here are my favorite shots from the night (you can always count on the carat-heavy coffers of Sweden to light things up). BA-ling!

Can’t get enough royal watching? Stay tuned for my “Princess Catherine (aka Kate Middleton) and Wills Take North America” fashion roundup. Cheerio!

Queen Silvia of Sweden
Princess Madeleine of Sweden
Princess Mathilde of Belgium
Charlotte Casiraghi (daughter of Princess Caroline – granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco)


P.S. Anyone have any info on this cool statement necklace the Princess-to-be wore the night of her civil ceremony?

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  1. Anonymous

    OK, I know the designer of the this wonderful necklace. The Jewelery is prepared by the Lebanese TABBAH jewelers, and the designer of this unique piece is an Armenian talented lady Yvonne Ayvazian, she’s a friend of mine. The necklace had an alternative design, with pear shaped diamonds instead of the pearls, but they prefered to make it with pearls because Princess Charlene is a swimmer. The Prince and the Princess of Monaco prefered the Lebanese Armenian young talented designer’s work for Tabbah jewelers, other choices were designs by Van Cleef, Dior & I guess Chanel! The necklace is named Infinite Cascade and it is made of 18K rose gold set with diamonds and pearls: 1,237 white, round and baguette shaped diamonds and 6 pear-shaped white pearls !!!

  2. Anonymous

    The talented Armenian designer for Tabbah Jewelry, Yvonne Ayvazian, must be recognized for the stunning piece she has designed. All the blogs I have read so far do not state her name at all.

    ‘Anonymous’ thank you for the information you provided regarding the actual designer of the Infinite Cascade necklace.


    Generally women use necklaces. Every lady want to have ornaments but matter is cost so we brought different types of name necklace for ladies or gents with affordable price

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