Princess Sofia received a very special tiara for her wedding day from her parents-in-law: The Princess Sofia's Palmette Tiara. It is reported that Queen Silvia had had one of her own emerald and diamond necklaces, a gift from a Thai prince, dismantled to make the new tiara. The tiara features petite diamond palmettes set on a slender diamond studded base and interspersed with diamond spikes.
With this piece of jewelry, she can have the stones exchanged and, for example, vary between emeralds, diamonds and pearls. Depending on the occasion, Sofia skillfully stages her own tiara with the interchangeable stones.
But there are some tiaras of the Swedish royal family that we will never see them with. There's a good reason for that. ometimes she is also allowed to borrow a tiara from King Carl Gustaf, who has the crown jewels. But with other tiaras, such as those worn by her mother-in-law Queen Silvia of Sweden, Crown Princess Victoria or her sister Madeleine of Sweden, she will never be able to wear them. Her rank as the wife of Carl Philip, who is only fourth in line to the throne, is simply too low for that.Sofia of Sweden is never allowed to wear these tiaras
For example, the ruby diadem of the king's grandmother, Crown Princess Margareta (†1920). She received the tiara in 1905 as a present for her marriage to Gustav VI. Adolf (†1973) from her uncle and aunt - none other than King Edward VII (†1910) and Queen Alexandra (†1925) of the United Kingdom. Queen Silvia wore it for the first time in 1995.
Sofia is also never allowed to wear the Leuchtenberg sapphire diadem. This tiara is famous and is one of the most beautiful in Europe. A total of 33 super sapphires adorn the beautiful tiara, which is also framed by diamonds.Other tiara's she is not allow to wear
Swedish Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara
Connaught Diamond Tiara
Baden Fringe Tiara
Swedish Modern Fringe Tiara - This tiara is now Princess Madeleine's, a gift from her parents. She wore it for her wedding in 2013, and it has been exclusively worn by her since.She was permitted to wear
The Swedish Six Button Tiara
The Napoleonic Cut-Steel Bandeau
Napoleonic Amethyst Parure Tiara