It’s been a week of colorful summer prints, so into the floral stew we go. Come along, Baguettes and Hofdudes!
Are you the sporty type? Interested in sport(s)? Then this week’s Getty photos, full of sailing and eventing, are here for you.
Daisy continues her summer of pink, wearing an outfit we saw previously in June. She visited Tønder Municipality to celebrate the postponed commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Reunification in 1920.
In anticipation of the Queen’s visit, the second and third years at Løgumkloster District School submitted drawings of the Queen, which were then compiled into an exhibit for her viewing pleasure. I am sure artistic Daisy appreciated it! I wish we had known, we would have slipped them one of our doodles!
We don’t have a lot of news out of this royal house, so I am glad to see they are back to full-bore celebrations after the pandemic hiatus.
Liechtenstein National Day will take place in 8 days here is the schedule for celebrations
11:30an local time:official ceremony with speeches
2pm:big folk festival in the time
9.15pm:lighting of the bonfire
Will post more soon #Liechtenstein
— LiechtensteinRoyal 💙💛 (@RFLiechtenstein) August 7, 2022
Camille Gottlieb donned some Zara zazz and bow-embellished shoes for her night on the town. Lots of pink on offer here.
New – Camille Gottlieb was out and about in Monaco last night wearing Zara floral-print silk shirt and Bershka Bow-Embellished heels with her APM Monaco ‘Yummy’ statement necklace. 📸 camillerosegottlieb pic.twitter.com/bigsaSbqI7
— Polka Popp (@polkadotpopp) August 6, 2022
Tatiana Casiraghi wore a print from her own business, Muzungu Sisters. She established the business in 2009 with her partner Dana Alikhani. Its mission is to bring the work of artisans from all around the world to the public.
3 August 2022 – Muzungu Sisters shared a photo of Tatiana Casiraghi in Greece wearing the ‘India’ kaftan in ‘Bihar Blessings Peach’ with Ancient Greek Sandals ‘Eleftheria’ sandals. 📸 Muzungu Sisters pic.twitter.com/uTlqcBdpqc
— Polka Popp (@polkadotpopp) August 6, 2022
H/T to Iselen for all the identifications! The Spanish royal family, Queen Sofía and Princess Irene went out for dinner at Ola de Mar restaurant. Letizia’s dress from Mango is new, sandals from Jack Rogers. Princess Leonor’s dress is from Babbaki. Both ladies’ bags are made with ikat, the traditional fabric of the island. Infanta Sofia wears a blouse and skirt from Designers Society.
The Spanish Royal Family during a night on the town in Palma de Mallorca.
From left: Infanta Sofía, Queen Sofía, King Felipe VI, the Princess of Asturias, Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark (the sister of Queen Sofía) and Queen Letizia.
— RoyalArjan (@RoyalArjan) August 6, 2022
We don’t have access to these photos, but Queens Letizia and Sofia, and Princess Leonor, and Infanta Sofia were spotted visiting the Paseo de Sagrera market. You can see the photos here.
The King and Queen visited Gårdsfisk, an integrated farm, and aquaculture that breeds fish. The Queen went very literal with her fish shirt.
The Swedish royals (Crown Princess Victoria, the King, and the Queen attended the confirmation of a family friend’s daughter. I am envious of the kind of summer weather that allows for long sleeves and scarves!
Today King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and #CrownPrincessVictoria attended the confirmation of Victoria’s goddaughter Diana Engsäll in Motala, daughter of Victoria’s childhood friend Andrea Brodin and Niclas Engsäll.
📸Stefan Jerrevång // TT via Svenksdam#Kungahuset pic.twitter.com/EAImgqwu4X
— ChristinZ (@ChristinsQueens) August 6, 2022
The Duchess of Windsor’s “Lobster” dress ignited an interesting discussion last year, so I thought you all might have some interest in this Schiaparelli exhibition.
Day 1 at ‘Shocking!’ the Elsa Schiaparelli exhibition @madparisfr. It is superb, more later when myself & phone have recharged a little #schiaparelli #fashionhistory pic.twitter.com/L2CLlL9pEO
— A Stitch in Time ✂️ (@AStitchinTime13) August 4, 2022
I know we have seen this dress before, but another look at Madame Handley-Seymour’s creation cannot go amiss.
Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother was born #OnThisDay in 1900. This toile, featuring hand-painted embroidery designs for the emblems of the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, was created by Madame Handley-Seymour for Elizabeth’s 1937 coronation gown @HRP_palaces #Royals #dress pic.twitter.com/9WOr5ZW2qL
— Victoria Haddock (@vickyhaddock) August 4, 2022
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