2017年11月22日水曜日

《キャサリン妃、ウィリアム王子&ハリー王子 Queen プラチナ婚式ディナーへ!》《エリザベス女王&エディンバラ公 ❤️ ご結婚70周年 プラチナ婚!!!》





《キャサリン妃、ウィリアム王子&ハリー王子 Queen プラチナ婚式ディナーへ!》

11 / 20 (月)

The state apartments 
@ Windsor Castle

突如
キャサリン妃が目撃された!

20日
エリザベス女王&エディンバラ公
プラチナ婚式

ケンジントンパレスから
ディナーパーティの行われる
ウィンザー城
(State Parliaments)
へ向かわれる御車には
ウィリアム王子&キャサリン妃、ハリー王子の御3人

皆様もちろん、正装

王子たちはブラックタイ
キャサリン妃も黒と
この御3人の黒は
スタイリッシュでカッコいいね〜

夜、親しい御友人とご家族のみ
近親者だけで静かにお過ごしになると言われていたので

まさか、この日
画像が出るとは〜
❤️❤️

もちろん
車内のチラ見だけど。

しかも、しかも
いつもだと、さほど、、、って感じで終わるものが
これは大興奮!!

なんと
日本と関係が!!!

まず、ガウンは
今月7日の公務の際着られた
《DVF》
のもの

過去3回お召しで
今回で4回目の着まわしとなりますが、
立て続けに同じもの、ってことは
きっと
お腹の大きいキャサリン妃に
このガウン
良いのでしょうね〜

お腹が大きかろうが
正装は必要
イベント出席もあり
ロイヤルは大変です。

どうやら、この時は、
ガウンの上に黒のジャケット?
もしくはコート?
をお召しになっているようですが、
詳細はまだ不明

そして大注目が
ジュエリー!!!
❤️❤️

ハッキリ見えるパールのネックレス
というかチョーカー!!!

こちら
1975年にエリザベス女王が
日本を初めて公式訪問された際
日本政府から贈られたものだった!!!!

すごくない⁉️⁉️⁉️⁉️
絶対すごい!!
というか、
なんだか嬉しい❤️

”4連 ジャパニーズ パールチョーカー” 
と呼ばれているこちら

4連パールの中央に
ダイアモンドがあしらわれた留め具
がアクセントになったデザイン

留め具の両サイドに
3連のダイアモンドがあしらわれ
上下には、
マーキーズカットのダイアモンド

プレゼントされた女王ご自身も
着用されたことあり。

今時点で分かっているだけで
1982年
1983年

そしてダイアナ元妃も〜〜
パールは定番だったし
チョーカーもご愛用でしたからねえ

1982年オランダを公式訪問された際も。

そして、この日
もう一つ
ダイアナ妃ジュエリーをつけていたキャサリン妃

最近登場率が上がってきている
パールのピアス
”Collingwood Diamond and Pearl Dangle Earrings”

義祖母のチョーカー
義母のピアス
賢いね〜〜

世襲ジュエリー コーデ?(笑)

代々受け継ぐ英国らしく
しかもロイヤルらしい。

そういえば、
ピアスはパールが定番ですが
実は、
ネックレスで
パールというと初!
のキャサリン妃

パールネックレスって
実は素敵に着ける、というか、似合うのは
すっごく難しい。

落ち着きすぎて地味になりうる。
それだけつける人を出します。

デザインがシンプルであればあるほどね、、、
エリザベス女王はまさに理想

あんなに華やかには、なかなかなりません。。。

キャサリン妃も
ロイヤル6年が経ち
貫禄も品も↑

だからこそ、今だったのかも。

デザインもチョーカーが入門編としてはぴったり

短い方がつけやすいし、
若々しいですね。

これからも、
お年とともに徐々に増えていくでしょう。
増やしてね。

そして
またこの日本からプレゼントしたチョーカー着けてね〜❤️

いや〜
フォログラファーさん、ありがとう(笑)
興奮した。


黒のガウン《DVF》(=2014年①、2014年②、2017年11月7日)
黒ジャケット or コート《》
ピアス《ダイアナ元妃》”Collingwood Diamond and Pearl Dangle Earrings”(2017/7/12 @スペイン国王夫妻晩餐会、2011/7/31@ベルギー)
チョーカー《Queenからローン》














このディナーパーティーの
100人のゲストの中に
招待されなかった
注目の人が明らかに
それは2名

ハリー王子の恋人
《Meghan Markle》
ユージェニー王女のボーイフレンド
《Jack Brooksbank》

メーガンさん、撮影は終わり、
もうロンドンにいるそうですがね、

"No Ring No Bring"ね

やはり、そこはシビア
大事ですね、線と言うものは。

しかし
2002年、例外があった。
ポストジュビリー パーティーに
カミラ夫人を招待されたらしい。

またまたこのネタ、、、

入り口でセキュリティチェック
ロイヤルなのに、、、(笑)

ま、ご友人とかもいらっしゃるしね
警察官が皆知ってるわけじゃあない

とはいえ
いつもながら、詰めが甘い

またまた撮られた、
リストが(笑)

ダメじゃ〜〜〜ん






Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent 


The new Earl of Snowdon, David Armstrong Jones, who is the nephew of the Queen was seen arriving with a female companion


Lady Davina Lewis, Daughter of the Queen’s first cousin




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OUTFIT

黒のガウン《DVF》



(=2014年①、2014年②、2017年11月7日)




黒ジャケット or コート《》

ピアス《ダイアナ元妃》”Collingwood Diamond and Pearl Dangle Earrings”
コリングウッドジュエラーから
スペンサー家ダイアナ妃へ
ウェディングギフト



=2017/7/12 @スペイン国王夫妻晩餐会)
今年、スペイン国王ご夫妻との公式晩餐会にて
初めて着用!



(=2011/7/31@ベルギー)



チョーカー《Queenからローン》


This piece was commissioned by The Queen to use a collection of cultured pearls given to her by the Japanese government.
 It was also loaned to Diana, Princess of Wales during her marriage, and has been worn infrequently by The Queen, primarily during the 1980s and 1990s.

”The Four Row Japanese Pearl Choker”

Though The Queen has a habit of shortening longer necklaces to suit her, she usually stays away from the choker style, making this particular piece an interesting part of her collection. 
The necklace includes four rows of pearls with a central diamond clasp in a curved shape, each side including three rows of diamonds that join at the top and bottom with marquise diamonds. According to Garrard: The Crown Jewellers for 150 Years,

The Queen commissioned this from a set of the "finest cultured pearls presented to her by the Japanese government." 
She made her first state visit to Japan in 1975; 
the choker was in use by at least 1982.

The Garrard book posits that it was inspired by The Queen's new daughter-in-law at the time, and she did notably loan the piece to the new Princess of Wales during a state visit from the Netherlands in 1982.
 It is only occasionally used by The Queen, in whose collection it still remains. 
In 2017, she loaned it for the first time to The Duchess of Cambridge.


エリザベス女王(左)
1983年に着用
ダイアナ元妃(中)
1982年オランダ訪問、公式晩餐会


エリザベ女王は
1980s and 1990s,
お着けになっていた。



1982年 State Visit from the Netherlands 





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《エリザベス女王&エディンバラ公 ❤️ ご結婚70周年 プラチナ婚!!!》

11 / 20 

この週末
20日のプラチナ婚式に先駆け
パレスが公開

エリザベス女王とエディンバラ公の
ポートレート
❤️❤️

The portraits, by British photographer Matt Holyoak of Camera Press,
 were taken in the White Drawing Room 
@ Windsor Castle
 in early November

In this first release, The Queen and His Royal Highness are framed 
byThomas Gainsborough's 1781 portraits of George III and Queen Charlotte, 
who were married for 57 years.
The marriage of the then Princess Elizabeth to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten took place 
@ Westminster Abbey 
on 20th November 1947.

When they married, the then Princess Elizabeth was 21-years-old while her groom, Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, was 26.
















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11月20日

@ウィンザー城

当日のエリザベス女王の画像が出た!

やはりこの日も乗馬、、、

すごい、すごすぎる、、、







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動画




The evening marks 20 years since the longest-reigning monarch famously paid tribute to her 96-year-old husband as her “strength and stay”.

In 1997, the Queen said of Philip: “He has, quite simply, been my strength and stay all these years, and I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim, or we shall ever know.”

Twenty years ago, Philip also revealed: “I think the main lesson that we have learnt is that tolerance is the one essential ingredient of any happy marriage.

“It may not be quite so important when things are going well, but it is absolutely vital when the going gets difficult.

“You can take it from me that the Queen has the quality of tolerance in abundance.”

The milestone will be marked only by a set of commemorative souvenirs, including a set of double-headed platinum coins, a new biography of the couple, and a single to raise money for one of their charities.


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プラチナ婚式を記念して
コインや切手も発売に〜
❤️

”Royal Mint”
(記念コイン)
http://www.royalmint.com/discover/uk-coins/platinum-wedding


"Royal Mail"

(切手)
https://www.royalmail.com/royalweddingstamps?iid=PROMO_H1_PLAT




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なんと
パレスがこんなものを!

こういうのって、
企画としてゴシップ誌がよくやるんだけど、
本家がやると
全てリアルで
知識と化します

70周年にちなんで
70項目

なかなかスゴイ!

訳は後ほど、、、


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『70 facts about The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh's Wedding』
        
A Royal Engagement
2. Their engagement was officially announced on 9 July 1947.

The Wedding Day
3. The Wedding took place just four months later, at 10.30am on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey.
4. On April 26 1923, The Queen's parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (then the Duke and Duchess of York) were also married at the Abbey.
5. The Queen (then Princess Elizabeth) was the 10th member of The Royal Family to be married at Westminster Abbey.
6. The first Royal wedding to take place in the Abbey was on 11 November 1100, when King Henry I married Princess Matilda of Scotland.
7. The before the wedding, Prince Philip was created The Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth and Baron Greenwich of Greenwich in the County of London.
8. Together with her father, George VI, Princess Elizabeth arrived at the Abbey in the Irish State Coach.

The Wedding Party
9. Princess Elizabeth had eight bridesmaids: HRH The Princess MargaretHRH Princess Alexandra of Kent, Lady Caroline Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lady Mary Cambridge, The Hon. Pamela Mountbatten, The Hon. Margaret Elpinstone and Diana Bowes-Lyon.
10. Prince William of Gloucester and Prince Michael of Kent served as page boys.
11. The Duke of Edinburgh's best man was David Mountbatten, the Marquess of Milford Haven.
12. 2,000 guests were invited to the ceremony.
13. A number of foreign Royals attended the wedding, including; The King of Iraq, Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and The Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Princess Elisabeth of Luxembourg.
  
The Service
14. The wedding ceremony was officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Geoffrey Fisher, and the Archbishop of York, Cyril Garbett.
15. The ceremony was recorded and broadcast by BBC Radio to 200 million people around the world.
16. The organist and Master of the Choristers at the Abbey, Australian William Neil McKie, was the director music for the wedding.
17. McKie composed a motet (a vocal musical composition) for the occasion: "We wait for thy loving kindness, O God."
18. Psalm 67 ("God be merciful unto us and bless us") was sung into a setting by Sir Edward Cuthbert Bairstow, an English organist and composer.
19. The wedding anthem was "Blessed be the God and Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ" by Samuel Sebastian Wesley.
20. The hymns were "Praise, my soul, the king of heaven", and "The Lord's my Shepherd", to the Scottish tune "Crimond" attributed to Jessie Seymour Irvine, which was largely unknown in the Church of England at the time.
21. The service started with a specially composted fanfare by Arnold Bax and finished with Felix Mendelssohn's "Wedding March".
22. There were 91 singers; the abbey choir was joined by the choirs of the Chapel Royal and St George's Chapel in Windsor.

The Wedding Outfits 

23. The wedding ring was made from a nugget of Welsh gold which came from the Clogau St David's mine, near Dolgellau.
24. The platinum and diamond engagement ring was made by the jewellers, Philip Antrobus, using diamonds from a tiara belonging to Philip's mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg.
25. Princess Elizabeth's wedding dress was designed by the Sir Norman Hartnell, who submitted designs for the dress. The winning design was approved mid-August, which was less than three months before the wedding.
26. Hartnell cited Botticelli's famous painting Primaverawhich symbolises the coming of spring, as his inspiration for the design.
27. The dress has a simple cut with fitted bodice, heart-shaped neckline with a low v-pointed waist and a floor-length panelled skirt.
28. Due to rationing measures in place following World War Two, Princess Elizabeth had to use clothing ration coupons to pay for her dress.
29. Hundreds of people from across the UK sent The Princess their coupons to help with the dress, although they had to be returned as it would be illegal to use them.




30. The dress has a 15-foot silk tulle full court train, which was attached at the shoulders, is embroidered in pearl, crystal and transparent applique tulle embroidery.
31. The satin for the applique was produced at Lullingstone Castle in Kent and woven by Warner & Sons.
32. The dress was made from duchesse satin, ordered from the firm of Wintherthur, near Dunfermline in Scotland. 
33. The dress was decorated with crystals and 10,000 seed pearls, imported from the United States of America.
34. Princess Elizabeth's outfit was completed with ivory duchesse satin high-heeled sandals, trimmed with silver and seed pearl buckles, made by Edward Rayne.
35.  Jewellery for the day included two pearl necklaces, the shorter of the two necklaces was the 'Queen Anne' necklace, said to have belonged to Anne, the last Stuart Queen.
36. The second pearl necklace is known as the 'Queen Caroline', and is said to have belonged to the wife of King George II.
37. Both necklaces were left to the Crown by Queen Victoria and were given to Elizabeth as a wedding present by her father, King George VI.
38. The diamond fringe tiara was lent to The Queen on her wedding day, the frame of the gem broke as the bridge was putting it on and it had to be quickly repaired.
39. Norman Hartnell also designed Princess Elizabeth's going-away outfit which was a dress and coat in mist-blue.
40. After the wedding, the dress was exhibited at St James's Palace and was then went on tour across the UK, visiting Glasgow, Liverpool, Bristol, Preston, Leicester, Nottingham, Manchester, Bradford, Leeds and Huddersfield.

The Wedding Flowers
41. The bridal bouquet consisted of white orchids and also included a sprig of myrtle, a tradition that was started by Queen Victoria.
42. The tradition started when Queen Victoria was given some myrtle by Prince Albert's grandmother, which she planted at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.
43. The day after the wedding the bouquet was sent back to Westminster Abbey, where it was laid on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior – another Royal tradition.
44. The Worshipful Company of Gardeners supplied the flowers for the bouquet, and it was arranged by the florist MH Longman.

The Wedding Reception
45. After the service a wedding breakfast was held (at lunchtime) in the Ball-Supper Room at Buckingham Palace.
46. The menu was Filet de Sole Mountbatten, Perdreau en Casserole, Bombe Glacee Princess Elizabeth.
47. The wedding favours were individual posies of myrtle and white Balmoral heather.
48. The string band of the Grenadier Guards played music during the breakfast.
49. Famously, the newlyweds went onto balcony at Buckingham Palace to wave to the huge crowds on the mall.

The Wedding Gifts
50. The couple received over 2,500 wedding presents from around the world and around 10,000 telegrams of congratulations.
51. Mahatma Gandhi sent a present. It was a piece of cotton lace that he spun himself, and is embroidered with the words "Jai Hind" (Victory for India).
52. They also received many practical gifts; Queen Mary gave a bookcase and Princess Margaret gave a picnic case. Other gifts included a Singer sewing machine and a fridge!
53. The gifts were put on display at St James's Palace where members of the public could come and see them.


The Wedding Cake
54. Although the Royal couple received eleven wedding cakes, there was one official one which was baked by McVitie and Price.
55. The cake used ingredients from all around the world, including sugar from the Girl Guides in Australia, which gave the cake the name 'The 10,000 Mile Cake'.
56. The cake was nine feet high in four tiers.
57. It was decorated with the arms of both families, including the monograms of the bride and groom, sugar-iced figures of their favourite activities, and regimental and naval badges.
58. The cake was cut using the Duke's Mountbatten sword, which was a wedding present from The King.

The Royal Honeymoon
59. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip spent their wedding night in Broadlands, Hampshire, the home of Philip's uncle, Earl Mountbatten.
60. They travelled by train to Hampshire, departing from Waterloo Station. Princess Elizabeth's Corgi, Susan, came with them.
61. The rest of their honeymoon was spent at Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate.

Wedding Anniversary's
62. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary in the year of the coronation, with a dance at Clarence House given by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
63. In 1972, The Queen and The Duke celebrated their silver wedding anniversary with a Service at Westminster Abbey.
64. Later that day, The Queen and The Duke, along with The Prince of Wales and The Princess Royal, attended a celebratory lunch at the Guildhall, hosted by the Lord Mayor and the Corporation of London.
65. In the evening, the Prince of Wales and The Princess Royal hosted a celebration party at Buckingham Palace
66. The Queen and The Duke celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary in 1997, with a lunch at banqueting House in London.
67. Her Majesty gave a speech at the occasion:
'What a remarkable fifty years they have been: for the world, for the Commonwealth and for Britain.'

68. An identical copy of the wedding bouquet was made and presented to The Queen on her Golden Wedding in 1997.
69. In 2007, The Queen became the first British Monarch to have celebrated a Diamond Wedding anniversary.
70. United Biscuits, who now owns McVities, made two cakes to mark the diamond wedding anniversary in 2007.


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