the Gold Foliate Brooch. The hat's interesting too, perhaps not in a good way - but it served a purpose, as the Queen was heading to a mosque.
Video: Visiting a mosqueShe threw a veil on over the hat and donned a long coat with a beaded leaf design to cover herself appropriately. She even ditched her shoes when called for, which was apparently quite newsworthy (though not as newsworthy as the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton just before this trip, as you will see reflected in the news report above).
Star, Riband, and Lesser George of the Order of the Garter plus some diamond sparkle: the Antique Girandole Earrings, a diamond collet necklace, the 10 Diamond Bar Brooch, the Baguette and Brilliant Bracelet, and her Diamond Evening Watch. The brooch was meant to just be at the top/back of the shoulder to secure the sash, but slipped forward when she put on her gift, the chain of the Order of Zayed. What's missing is obviously a tiara, but if I recall correctly, this event happened during the day (and tiaras are worn in the evening). Plus, Philip and Andrew are clearly not in white tie. Certainly an odd dress code compared to what we're used to with state visits.
Next stop: Oman and Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, who happened to be celebrating his 40th year on the throne.
Flame Lily (I lied - this one was in the UAE still), Empress Marie Feodorovna's Sapphire worn unusually without the pearl pendant (now we're in Oman), the Small Pink and Diamond, Queen Victoria's Wheat-Ear Brooches, the Frosted Sunflower (and a Sgt. Pepper outfit, because obviously), and the Cullinan V.
In Oman they also had a non-tiara event as the state banquet. The Queen wore Queen Victoria's Crown Ruby Necklace and Earrings (my favorite of all her rubies, yum), the Art Deco Diamond and Ruby Bracelet, the same diamond evening watch as before, and the Irish Blossom Brooch. The brooch is kind of a strange edition to the outfit - over on its proper entry, you can see some discussion in the comments on whether it might be tied to Oman somehow. Or maybe it's just a regular mismatch...
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