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The queen, 93, can remember the meaning and opportunity behind every item she has donated over the years, claims a royal fashion expert. On the photo, the queen is wearing the sapphire anniversary snowflake brooch, donated by the Governor General of Canada in 2017

The queen has an & # 39; excellent & # 39; memory and remembers the meaning behind every piece of jewelry to which it is gifted, claims royal fashion expert

  • The queen, 93, has a & # 39; excellent memory & # 39 ;, claims a royal author
  • The frost can remember the meaning behind each piece of jewelry
  • Her extensive collection includes rare pieces gifted by foreign dignitaries
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The enormous jewelery collection of the queen would reduce most of the cupboards.

But that does not mean that Her Majesty forgets one of the beautiful pieces she has in her possession.

The prince, 93, can remember the meaning and opportunity behind every item she has given over the years, claims a royal fashion expert.

The queen, 93, can remember the meaning and opportunity behind every item she has donated over the years, claims a royal fashion expert. On the photo, the queen is wearing the sapphire anniversary snowflake brooch, donated by the Governor General of Canada in 2017

In 2007 he wore a necklace, donated by the president of Brazil for the coronation of the queen in 1953
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In 2007 he wore a necklace, donated by the president of Brazil for the coronation of the queen in 1953

The queen, 93, can remember the meaning and opportunity behind every item she has donated over the years, claims a royal fashion expert. In the photo, the queen wears the sapphire anniversary snowflake brooch, donated by the Governor General of Canada in 2017 (departed in June). Exactly, in 2007 a chain donated by President of Brazil wore for the coronation of the queen in 1953

Journalist Sali Hughes, author of the new book Our Rainbow Queen, explained that the queen still has an & # 39; excellent memory & # 39; has used it well when it comes to her wardrobe.

& # 39; There are no errors; "There are no accidents," Hughes said in an interview with Vanity Fair.

& # 39; Everything is forensically conceived, considered and documented and her memory is excellent.

& # 39; She doesn't forget who gave her anything, nor does she forget the meaning it has when she received her gifts and jewelry. & # 39;

Everyday the queen prefers to keep her jewelry quiet and is rarely seen without three pearl necklaces her grandfather gave her, as can be seen today on an engagement (above)

Everyday the queen prefers to keep her jewelry quiet and is rarely seen without three pearl necklaces her grandfather gave her, as can be seen today on an engagement (above)

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Everyday the queen prefers to keep her jewelry quiet and is rarely seen without three pearl necklaces her grandfather gave her, as can be seen today on an engagement (above)

The amazing collection of jewelery from the queen includes glittering brooches, earrings and necklaces.

Some have been passed on to Her Majesty by the royal family. Others were gifted to the prince to mark important milestones, including her marriage, coronation, and jubilees.

The most impressive jewels are reserved for striking occasions such as state dinners.

Otherwise, the queen would prefer to keep her jewelry quiet and is rarely seen without three pearl necklaces her grandfather gave her.

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Because her wardrobe is so intensively investigated, royal commentators have speculated that the queen uses her jewelry as a way to send unspoken signals.

For example, during the state visit of President Trump 2018, the queen was wearing a brooch presented to her by his predecessor President Obama.

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