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Princess Eugenie is celebrating her 34th birthday today and will no doubt be marking the day in a very special way.

Sarah Ferguson’s daughter will likely be celebrating privately with her husband Jack Brooksbank and their two children, August and Ernest.

The couple tied the knot on October 12, 2018, at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

They had travelled by carriage from St George’s Chapel into Windsor, before heading for an afternoon reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II in St George’s Hall at the castle.

Eugenie looked stunning as she stepped out in a breathtaking Peter Pilotto wedding gown with an open back before changing into a blush number for the private reception.

Both of the royal’s dresses were remarkable but so was her jewellery, now estimated to be worth over £10million.

The Princess’s showstopping piece was none other than her tiara – the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara.

The breathtaking piece is made of rose-cut pave diamonds, set in platinum, and it’s adorned with six emeralds. The centre features a 93.7-carat cabochon-cut emerald, with experts estimating its worth at £10million.

Her diamond and cabochon emerald drop earrings – a gift from husband Jack – featured 1.5 carat cabochon green emerald and seven-round brilliant diamonds worth £7,000.

Eugenie’s wedding ring was made from a piece of Welsh gold given by Queen Elizabeth II and is worth £1,000, while her stunning padparadscha sapphire and diamond engagement ring, is worth £120,000.

Maxwell Stone, of jewellers Steven Stone, said: “When Princess Eugenie tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank, she wore a multitude of beautiful jewels – including the most valuable royal tiara, a pair of diamond and cabochon emerald drop earrings and her stunning engagement ring.

“Loaned to the Princess by her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara is made of rose-cut pave diamonds set in platinum and is adorned with six emeralds. The centre features a 93.7-carat cabochon-cut emeralds, which is what makes it so valuable. We previously estimated the distinctive diamond and emerald headpiece to be worth £10 million, making it the most expensive of all the tiaras we’ve studied.

“Eugenie’s earrings were a gift from her new husband. Made of diamond and emerald, they were a perfect match for Eugenie’s tiara. The glamorous drop-style earrings are worth approximately £7,000.

“Following family tradition, Princess Eugenie’s wedding ring was made from a piece of Welsh gold given by Queen Elizabeth II and is worth just £1,000. Visible on her right hand was her padparadscha sapphire and diamond engagement ring, which is worth the much larger price of £120,000. Incredibly rare, padparadscha sapphires are strikingly beautiful with unique shades of pink and orange that often resembling the colours of a sunset. The stones are set on a Welsh yellow gold band, which is a custom for royal brides, with two stunning tapered diamonds at the shoulders of the yellow gold shank.”



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