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The special meaning behind Princess Mary’s beautiful ruby ​​red tiara and matching necklace

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Crown Princess Mark van Demark stunned Sunday with a glittering ruby ​​red tiara and matching necklace and earrings at a gala banquet celebrating Queen Margrethe II’s 50th anniversary.

The Australian-born royal adorned her beautiful champagne and black lace gown with the precious jewels that have a fascinating history related to the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.

Created to look like a sparkling branch of diamond leaves with ruby ​​berries, the tiara features a coordinating necklace and earrings that are customizable and have been worn by Mary in a number of configurations in the past.

Crown Princess Mark van Demark wore a sparkling ruby ​​red tiara with an interesting history on Sunday at a gala dinner to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Queen Margrethe II

The Australian-born royal woman adorned her gorgeous champagne and black lace gown with the precious jewels that have a fascinating history related to the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte

The Australian-born royal woman adorned her gorgeous champagne and black lace gown with the precious jewels that have a fascinating history related to the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte

Mary has been the exclusive wearer of the rubies since she married Prince Frederik in 2004, most recently wearing them at the Queen's Ruby Jubilee 10 years ago.

Mary has been the exclusive wearer of the rubies since she married Prince Frederik in 2004, most recently wearing them at the Queen’s Ruby Jubilee 10 years ago.

Mary has been the exclusive bearer of the rubies since her marriage to Prince Frederik ended in 2004 she wore them to the Queen’s Ruby Jubilee 10 years ago.

The necklace and tiara are family heirlooms originally made by a now unknown jeweler and commissioned by Napoleon for the late Queen of Sweden in 1804 for his extravagant coronation.

They found their way into the Danish royal family when the daughter of the Swedish Queen married the future King Frederick VIII in 1869 and have been in their hands ever since.

Made to look like a sparkling branch of diamond leaves with ruby ​​berries, the tiara has a matching necklace and earrings that are customizable

Made to look like a sparkling branch of diamond leaves with ruby ​​berries, the tiara has a matching necklace and earrings that are customizable

The necklace and tiara are family heirlooms originally ordered by Napoleon in 1804 for the future Queen of Sweden for his extravagant coronation

The necklace and tiara are family heirlooms originally ordered by Napoleon in 1804 for the future Queen of Sweden for his extravagant coronation

They found their way into the Danish royal family when the daughter of the Swedish Queen married the future King Frederick VIII in 1869 and have been in their hands ever since.

They found their way into the Danish royal family when the daughter of the Swedish Queen married the future King Frederick VIII in 1869 and have been in their hands ever since.

Mary attended the gala dinner at the Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen with Frederik, while other guests included the Queen herself, as well as King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden and presidential couples from Finland and Iceland.

The night before, Mary wore a beautiful gown and $12,000 tiara at a gala performance.

The royal family attended the event along with her husband Prince Frederik of Denmark, son Prince Christian and daughter Princess Isabella.

Princess Mary wore a sparkling floor-length dress, designed with layers from the waist down and short sleeves.

The gala performance was held at the Royal Theater in Copenhagen.

Crown Princess Mary (pictured, left) attended the gala performance for Queen Margrethe II of Denmark's 50th anniversary of government in Copenhagen on Saturday

Crown Princess Mary (pictured, left) attended the gala performance for Queen Margrethe II of Denmark’s 50th anniversary of government in Copenhagen on Saturday

Princess Mary attended the event together with her husband Prince Frederik of Denmark, son Prince Christian and daughter Princess Isabella (photo from left to right: Crown Princess Mary, Prince Christian, Princess Isabella and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark)

Princess Mary attended the event together with her husband Prince Frederik of Denmark, son Prince Christian and daughter Princess Isabella (photo from left to right: Crown Princess Mary, Prince Christian, Princess Isabella and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark)

According to Express UKthe Diamond Necklace Tiara was made sometime between 1900 and 1910 and was sold as a necklace with diamonds, spinels, and rubies.

The jewels were bought by Princess Mary herself for €8,050 – about $11,929 AUD.

The princess completed the look with a matching clutch bag and the ensemble epitomized pure elegance.

And this isn’t the princess’s first time wearing the gorgeous dress – she also wore it for Crown Prince Frederik’s 50th birthday in 2018.

The Australian-born royal, 50, wore a sparkly floor-length dress, designed with layers from the waist down and short sleeves.  According to Express UK, Princess Mary bought the matching diamond tiara for €8,050 - about $11,929 AUD

The Australian-born royal, 50, wore a sparkly floor-length dress, designed with layers from the waist down and short sleeves. According to Express UK, Princess Mary bought the matching diamond tiara for €8,050 – about $11,929 AUD

Princess Isabella (15) looked stunning in a red floor-length dress with gold heels and matching clutch bag, while Prince Christian (16) wore a black suit and white bow tie.

Princess Isabella (15) looked stunning in a red floor-length dress with gold heels and matching clutch bag, while Prince Christian (16) wore a black suit and white bow tie.

Princess Isabella, 15, looked stunning in a red floor-length dress with gold heels and matching clutch bag, while Prince Christian, 16, wore a black suit and white bow tie.

Both Princess Mary and Prince Frederik can be seen wearing a blue sash over the clothing, symbolizing their role as members of the royal family.

Prince Frederik and Princess Mary were married in Copenhagen Cathedral on May 14, 2004, with the newly minted Crown Princess opting for a stunning gown by Danish designer Uffer Frank and a veil first used by Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden in 1905.

Their first child, Prince Christian Valdemar Henri John, was born on October 15, 2005; Princess Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe followed on April 21, 2007.

Almost four years later, Princess Mary and Prince Frederik welcomed twins, Princess Josephine Sophia Ivalo Mathilda and Prince Vincent Frederik Minik Alexander at the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen on January 8, 2011.

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