Favorite Granddaughter-In-Law? Kate Middleton Borrows The Queen's Regal Diamond Pendants At The NATO Reception

December 4, 2019 13:50

On December 3rd, NATO leaders arrived in London to attend the themed reception hosted by the Queen and royal members at Buckingham Palace. While Prince William is touring in Kuwait and Oman, Kate Middleton stayed to help her grandmother-in-law with the event.

The Duchess of Cambridge was beaming with confidence as a future queen, cementing her prominent role at such an occasion. Kate Middleton's style was also decent and beautiful, as she opted for a bright green gown to entertain NATO guests.

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Kate Middleton's fashion

Duchess Catherine attended a special event at Buckingham Palace along with other senior royals last night, looking elegant and modest in her green number.

Kate Middleton's style was added with a pair of stunning diamond earrings, which looked so much like a pair that Queen Elizabeth II previously leaned to her favorite granddaughter-in-law.

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The impressive pendants feature a cluster of diamonds from which is suspended a line of four diamonds, swinging within a frame of more precious stones. The pair of regal jewelry was first worn in public by the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament in 2012. After that, Kate Middleton opted for similar earrings on several events.

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Kate Middleton's jewelry

It wasn't the first time the Duchess of Cambridge borrowed jewelry from the British monarch. It is no question the Queen owns a considerable amount of pricey accessories, so Kate sometimes takes a pair of two from this storage.

Well, it's quite convenient, isn't it? Surely, having your own jewelry is beyond perfection, but what not borrowing what you like from the Queen herself?

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Duchess Kate's attendance at the NATO event solo was a vital sign of her developing role within the royal family. Indeed, she's meant to be a decent royal!

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