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Kate’s Jewelry Collection: A Royal Showcase of Queen Elizabeth II’s Treasures

by Madonna

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has consistently chosen meaningful and historic jewelry for various high-profile events, often delving into the treasure trove of Queen Elizabeth II’s collection. Here are some significant pieces from the late monarch’s collection that Kate has donned over the years:

1. The Greville Chandelier Earrings:

Origin: Gifted to Queen Elizabeth II by her parents.


Kate’s Occasion: Diplomatic Corps reception at Buckingham Palace.


2. Diamond and Pearl Leaf Earrings:

Kate’s Debut: Remembrance Sunday.


History: Previously worn by the Queen during a visit to Nigeria in 2003.

3. The Festoon Necklace:

Commissioned by: King George VI.

Kate’s Tribute: Worn for King Charles III’s Coronation.

4. Three-Strand Pearl Necklace:

Occasion: Buckingham Palace lunch for governors-general of Commonwealth nations.

Significance: A necklace the Queen was famous for.

5. Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar Necklace:

Gift: Wedding present from the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1947.

Kate’s Wearing: Gala for the National Portrait Gallery in 2014.

6. Silver Jubilee Diamond and Pearl Earrings:

Origin: Worn by Queen Elizabeth II during her Silver Jubilee celebrations.

Kate’s Moments: Post-Prince Louis’ birth and visiting Commonwealth troops.

7. Four-Row Pearl and Diamond Choker Necklace:

Creation: Commissioned by royal jeweler Garrard in the early 1980s.

Kate’s Appearances: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s 70th wedding anniversary, funeral.

8. Emerald Tassel Earrings:

Suite: Part of Queen Elizabeth II’s emerald tassel suite.

Debut: Evening reception in Jamaica in 2022.

9. Diamond and Pearl Leaf Brooch:

Origins: First worn by the Queen in the 1990s.

Kate’s Tribute: Worn during a visit commemorating the Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium.

10. Sapphire and Diamond Earrings:

Suite: Part of a sapphire and diamond set by Asprey.

Kate’s Occasion: Visit to Edinburgh in 2021.

11. Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings:

Gift: Two pearls gifted by the Hakim of Bahrain.

Worn by Kate: Trooping the Colour in 2019 and Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in 2022.

These pieces not only showcase the grandeur of royal jewels but also highlight the seamless continuity and tribute paid by Kate Middleton to the legacy of Queen Elizabeth II through her carefully chosen accessories.


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