On the James Bond red carpet, Emma Raducanu demonstrates’subtle glamour’ in £76k Tiffany diamonds.
Last night, EMMA RADUCANU wowed the red carpet with £76,000 worth of diamonds.
Emma Raducanu, a British tennis player, has been to a number of A-lister events after winning the US Open. She walked the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall last night for the international premiere of No Time To Die, and as Tiffany House’s official ambassador, she donned £76,175 worth of Tiffany & Co. diamond jewels.
Emma looked angelic in a silver Dior floor length dress for her last red carpet outing, a world away from the tennis court and wearing trainers.
The asymmetrical dress included a neck strap and a matching string belt that pinched in her waist.
Emma, the current British number one in her field, smiled for the cameras while wearing a Tiffany & Co. combination of diamond rings, a bracelet, and earrings.
The jewels were worth a total of £76,175.
The Tiffany Victoria® Vine Tennis Bracelet in Platinum with Diamonds, valued at £37,800, was on her wrist.
It was made of platinum and included round brilliant and marquise diamonds interspersed in the design of leaves, with a total carat weight of 5.46.
Emma had two diamond rings on her fingers.
The top prize was a £14,400 Tiffany Victoria® Vine diamond bypass ring in platinum.
As the 1.19 carats’ leaf design crossed over one another, this ring complemented the style of the bracelet.
Emma also wore a Tiffany Victoria® Alternating Ring in Platinum, which retails for £14,600.
The ring’s design was “inspired by the fire and brightness of outstanding diamonds,” according to Tiffany & Co.
The description says, “The feminine arrangement of this ring is the embodiment of delicate beauty.”
It was made of platinum and included marquise diamonds totaling.71 carats and round brilliant diamonds totaling 1.04 carats.
The Tiffany Victoria® Vine diamond climber earrings in platinum that Emma wore completed the ensemble.
The carat total weight was 1.24, and the pattern matched the leaf ring and bracelet, which cost £9,375.
Emma revealed last week that she would be joining the Tiffany & Co. “family” as a House Ambassador.
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