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Touching gesture behind the Queen's choice of aquamarine brooch at Trooping the Colour

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The Duke of Edinburgh, as she attended the socially-distanced celebration, which was held two days after what would have been his 100th birthday.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual event was held in the quadrangle of Windsor Castle for the second year running, reports The Mirror.The monarch chose to wear her Aquamarine Art Deco brooch, which features a bright blue, rectangular aquamarine gem at its centre and is surrounded by diamonds.The stunning piece originally belonged to the Queen Mother, and was passed down to her daughter after her death 19 years ago.According to the Court Jeweller, the brooch's unique design and shape suggest it could be separated and worn as a pair of clips.The impressive brooch dates back to at least the.

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