But what makes these earrings so special and why does she tend to wear them for big events?
The diamond and pearl drop earrings actually belonged to Queen Elizabeth II.
The late monarch was first seen wearing the small pear drops suspended from a diamond stud in 1977, while celebrating her silver jubilee.
Kate first borrowed the jewels from Queen Elizabeth II during a tour of Canada, before sporting them during her first solo overseas visit without Prince William – which was to the Netherlands in October 2016.
They obviously have sentimental value for Kate as she was also seen wearing them at a Remembrance Day event in 2020
The Princess of Wales most notably wore the earrings for a series of occasions following the late Queen’s passing in September 2022.
Kate was first seen donning the jewels in Sandringham where her and Prince William toured the 30,000 flower bouquets, balloons, notes and other tributes left by well-wishers in Queen Elizabeth II’s honour
The earrings were also part of Kate’s attire when she joined the royals to receive the Queen’s coffin at Buckingham Palace.
And finally, she wore them while greeting Commonwealth troops, who had arrived in the United Kingdom to take part in the state funeral,
Why are pearls used in sentimental jewellery?
Pearls symbolise loyalty, integrity, generosity, and purity, making them a fitting choice for the Princess of Wales, who was known to have a close relationship with the former monarch.
Pearls also represent wisdom gained through experience.
The gems of the sea are believed to offer protection to the wearer, as well as attract good luck and wealth.
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