Kate Middleton: these sumptuous jewels loaned by the queen that she has finally brought out of oblivion

The magnificent Duchess of Cambridge is known for her quintessential elegant, chic and refined taste. It has the privilege of being able to be used in the royal cassette and in the personal collection of Queen Elizabeth II. Dressly speaking, Kate Middleton had not shown too much during the first days of their visit to Scotland alongside her husband. She successively wore an elegant Erdem sailor top, a Massimo Dutti coat and Barbour jackets.

She reserved the surprise to dazzle us with her trench coat and earrings at the Cruella film premiere in Edinburgh. On May 26, Kate Middleton chose to wear “diamond and sapphire earrings, which were offered in 1979 by the Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Rachid, to Queen Elizabeth II during his trip to the Middle -East”. These earrings were accompanied, at the time, by a magnificent necklace, on which the queen had some stones removed to put them on another pair of earrings that she designed.

“Final nod to the intimate relationship” between the queen and the duchess

Very close to the Queen, the Duchess of Cambridge is often loaned jewels of inestimable sentimental value from the latter. In this case, during the funeral of Prince Philip which took place on April 17, Queen Elizabeth II confided to Kate Middleton “A quadruple row of pearls and diamonds”. This magnificent gem was presented to the Queen by the Japanese government in the 1970s.

Kate Middleton © Zuma Press

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