From Meghan to Letizia: These Are the Fragrances that Royals Love
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From Meghan to Letizia: These Are the Fragrances that Royals Love

Christian Dior said it best: “A woman’s perfume tells more about her than her handwriting.” The truth is that the fragrances that we like the most are the ones that usually define us best. Take for example the most glamorous members of different royal families, whose favorite fragrances say more of their personality than we would think.

From romantic fragrances to those that mark their presence through powerful essences, here are some of those scents that are part of the style and sophistication of some of our favorite royals.

Lady Diana

Her obsession with floral perfumes that combined sweet essences and citrus touches led Diana to choose Dior’s Diorissimo, 24 Faubourg by Hermès, So Pretty by Cartier, and Bluebell by the famous English perfume house Penhaligon’s .

Queen Rania of Jordan

For her there is only one sure option. The elegant royal has long gone for a single fragrance that has become her hallmark: Samsara by Guerlain, created in 1989, is the favorite of the glamorous queen. Made of woody and floral notes, this scent evokes serenity and harmony.

Queen Letizia of Spain

Thé Vert by Bulgari and Eau du Soir by Sisley, both with a touch of jasmine and spicy chords, are part of the classy look that Queen Letizia achieves every day.

Kate Middleton

White Gardenia, Jasmine, Lily, and Amber, are what define the White Gardenia Petals fragrance by Illuminum, and it’s one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favorite perfumes. This scent is so special to her that she even wore it on her wedding day. Orange Blossom by Jo Malone is another of her favorites due to its fresh blend of orange blossom and water lily.

Meghan Markle

There are many fragrances that the Duchess of Sussex has listed among her favorites, but among those that stand out are the British Wild Bluebell fragrances as well as Wood Sage & Sea Salt, by Jo Malone. The first has fresh and floral touches thanks to its mixture of hyacinths, lilies, and rosehip; while the second one stands out for its mannered notes that mix sage and sea salt. On the other hand, Cote d’Azur Eau de Parfum by Oribe is another of those preferred essences that stands out for its pleasant floral and citrus scents, which contains notes of lemon, plum, blackcurrant, bergamot, and orange.

Now that you know what the royal wear, will you purchase one for yourself? Or do you already have a signature fragrance to call your own? Let us know in the comments!

 

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