Kate Middleton wears Princess Diana’s earrings for Trooping the Colour parade; take a look
On numerous occasions before, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has borrowed from her late mother-in-law Princess Diana’s collection of accessories, thereby honouring her memory and paying a sentimental tribute to her.
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In fact, her engagement ring once belonged to Diana and so, a part of her always stays on Kate.
On the occasion of Trooping the Colour parade, the first event of the many scheduled for Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee celebrations — that marks her 70th year on the throne — the duchess was seen in an impeccably stylish look, but what stood out the most, was a pair of diamond and sapphire earrings that was previously worn by Princess Diana during the queen’s birthday parade.
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Kate, who sat on a carriage that was a part of the royal procession, was joined by her three children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis — along with the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles.
She kept her overall look simple and classy, by opting to wear a white blazer dress and a blue and white fascinator. Her blue sapphire drop earrings, which are surrounded by diamond crystals, matched with her blue engagement ring, which Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, gifted her during their engagement in 2010.
Notably, these earrings were worn several times by Diana, and she is believed to have once worn them to the Met Gala in 1996, one year prior to her tragic death in a car crash.
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