Maple leaf brooch
It turned out Birks lent the brooch to the Trudeaus, perhaps to counterbalance the Queen's black leather handbag.
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Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau can even rock that brooch: Mallick

Heather Mallick

Meeting the Queen demanded a certain level of dowdy. What better time to unload a massive brooch?

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