Kate Middleton has a number of gorgeous jewellery pieces in her collection, some which were gifted from the royal family including her husband, Prince William, but one particular item you may not know about is a gorgeous wedding present from the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla.
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Duchess Camilla is believed to have given Kate a beautiful golden charm bracelet as a gift to her on her wedding day, back in 2011.
The bracelet consists of stunning golden links and also has hidden letters engraved into it.
The two letter are C’s which stand for Camilla and Catherine, which we think is super sweet.
As gorgeous as the bracelet may be, Kate, 39, has not actually made a public appearance wearing the wrist candy since July 2011 but there’s no doubting she got her use of it that year.
She was first sighted sporting the bracelet during a military visit and then later again at Wimbledon and finally at Santa Barbara Polo Match during her royal tour to California.
This is not the only piece of jewellery gifted from her in-laws, her engagement ring, which was presented by Prince William, belonged to his late mother Princess Diana and features a huge sapphire and 14 diamonds set in white gold ,and is one of the most statement engagement rings worn by any royal.
And who can forget her incredible tiara she wore on her wedding day?
Possibly one of the most expensive pieces the Duchess has worn, this was lent by the Queen for the big day and was paired with diamond earrings which were gifted to her by her parents Michael and Carole Middleton.
Most recently, royal fans spotted a third ring on the Duchess of Cambridge’s ring finger and it’s believed to be a white gold and diamond eternity ring from her husband Prince William which he honoured to her after the birth of their first child George.
It’s safe to say the Duchess of Cambridge has expensive but great taste when it comes to jewels and we long to take a sneaky peek into that jewellery box.
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