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Even though Queen Elizabeth’s extensive collection of royal jewels, it is perhaps prohibitively expensive, to the king and to the employees, using a fairly low-key in a liquid to keep the precious gems sparkling — with regard to this.
Angela Kelly, the queen of the old, a seamstress and personal assistant, told a surprising secret in her new book, “The Other Side of the Coin: the crown, The Chest of drawers and the Wardrobe, published just two weeks ago.
“A little gin and water, it is convenient to use the diamonds for extra sparkle — just don’t tell it to the jewelry store.” the author of being bullied, according to People magazine.
The queen and the royal jewels are cleaned out with a little bit of gin to make them more attractive.
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Is there any other go-to jewelry cleaning trick, Kelly said, “a drop of dish soap and water will get rid of all the hair spray stains” on the polishing of diamonds, and a tiara for formal occasions, such as the State Opening of Parliament.
All of the DIY projects to the side, and the queen of them all, the most valuable christmas tree ornaments are, of course, inspected, and sterilized by a team of experts, Kelly said.
“The queen of the jewelry will give the tiles a deep clean when you need it, so for me, it’s just a matter of a quick Polish and they will be sparkling once more,” she explained.
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The President, Donald Trump, and Queen Elizabeth II toasted during the state banquet at Buckingham Palace in June 2019.
Even though the cleaning methods may seem a bit unorthodox, Because the book is written in the “approval” of the nonagenarian ruler, according to the People, — or a a royal seal of approval if ever there was one.
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The designer, who has worked for the royal family and, since 1994, formally known as the personal advisor and curator, specialized in luxury jewellery, insignias and wardrobe, as well as an in-house designer.