These Are the Scents Your Favorite Royals Love
Leather supplier James Henry Creed turned to perfume in 1780, creating Royal English Leather for King George III. Prince Rainier of Monaco commissioned Fleurissimo, an elegant floral, in 1956 as a wedding gift for his bride, Grace Kelly.
PRINCESS ADELAIDE D’ORLEANS
Marie-Antoinette carried three
Founded by a member of Oman's royal family in 1983, Amouage makes scents inspired by the country's natural resources, from frankincense and myrrh to rock rose. An independent board oversees the house today, but the
CZAR ALEXANDER II
Despite its French roots, the house of Guerlain spent much of its early history whipping up fragrances for Russian royals such as Czar Alexander II. Eau de Cologne Russe was created for him in the mid-19th century.
Ever the trendsetter, the Duchess of Cambridge chose White Gardenia Petals, a breezy floral perfume by little-known British house
LADY DIANA SPENCER
Hermès 24 Faubourg
Diana, Princess of Wales, was known to have a signature scent, the Quelques Fleurs by Houbigant. Later in her life, she remained partial to an Hermès fragrance, as noted in the memoirs of her butler, Paul Burrell. The scent is comprised of white flowers and a heart of irises and woods.
Some years after the current owner of Lubin purchased the brand, he discovered the last
PRINCESS CAROLINE OF MONACO
Annick Goutal Passion
The princess appears to be fond of floral and light fragrances, preferring this concoction of tuberose and Egyptian Jasmine. The daughter of Grace Kelly must have taken after her mother’s love for flowery fragrances.
QUEEN ELIZABETH II
As reported by Telegraph, Floris refuses to reveal exactly which scent the Queen wears, but many speculate that she wears the White
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