How the prince is planning to wear his $100,000 Swarovski diamond studded watch

Prince Charles is set to wear a Swarovskis diamond studmed watch while he visits Australia for his father’s coronation.

The prince, who will be in Sydney to make a state visit, has already been seen wearing a diamond stud in public and is expected to wear one while he is there.

He is also expected to take his son on a trip to Perth where the royal will be seen in public with a $100 million diamond stud.

The diamond stud will be one of the crown jewels for the coronation in 2018.

It will also be the most expensive diamond in the world.

The watch, named Prince Albert, is set in gold and features a gold-plated bracelet and a sapphire crystal in a saucer.

It is made by British designer, William Brackenridge and will retail for $1.25 million.

Charles has already said he is going to wear it as he looks to make Australia the second largest market for his jewelry brand.

He has previously described the watch as “the most beautiful watch I have ever owned”.

It will be his first diamond stud watch and it is expected he will wear it for the state visit.

Charles is expected on Thursday to attend the coronations of the king and queen, as well as the state funeral of the late Australian politician, Christopher Pyne.

He will be the first British monarch to visit Australia and his first visit to the country since he was the last British monarch in 1971.

Charles was born in London and lived in the British capital from an early age.

He attended Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September 2014 and he spent his childhood there.

The royal family has already confirmed that the diamond stud is the crown jewel of the wedding party.

He was seen wearing it during a ceremony in the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday.

He was also seen wearing the stud during a visit to a museum in Melbourne.