They're shiny, they're priceless, they're an object of fascination. On this episode I discuss Royal Jewels.
Listen to the episode here
Royal Journey (1951)
Canada at the Coronation
From my royal collection
All about the royal family - An illustrated guide compiled and researched by Pheobe Hichens
Blog Posts mentioned
Jewels fit for a Queen
Resources used to research this episode
The Queen's Jewels - The Personal Collection of Elizabeth II - by Leslie Field
The Royal Jewels by Suzy Menkes
Tiaras a History of Spendor by Geoffrey C Munn
Queens Jewels by Vincent Meylan
Tune in live to the next episode of The Royal Report on Sunday March 21, 2010 at 9:00PM EST (North America)
The topic will be: Is Kate Middleton a public figure?
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