With Valentine’s Day around the corner, members of the Royal Family will be busy looking for presents for their partners just as Britons will be doing all over the country. Most royals have a favourite perfume that they have worn regularly over the years. But who owns the most expensive perfume?
However, Floris holds a royal warrant, so there is some element of royal preference there.
It is also one of the more affordable royal perfume picks to sample, with a bottle retailing for £80.
Kate Middleton’s favourite perfume on the other hand is much more expensive.
In one of the few confirmed reports of royally approved perfumes, Clarence House revealed Kate Middleton chose White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum London for her wedding day in 2011.
His favourite brand, Green Irish Tweed by Creed, sells for a staggering £245 per bottle.
In second place, at £130 per bottle, was Princess Diana’s favourite perfume, whose scent of choice was Quelques Fleurs by Houbigant Paris and is still a popular one to this day.
The Princess of Wales’ favourite perfume currently retails for £130.
According to this study, the most popular scent profile across all analysed royal fragrances is floral, which makes up 42 percent of the total number of examined fragrance notes.