Kate Middleton Might Have Turned Princess Diana’s Famous Earrings Into a Necklace

Kate Middleton is constantly compared to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, a woman she sadly never got to meet. Royals fans especially love comparing their fashion choices, which may annoy Middleton but is out of love.
Princess Diana was considered one of the most fashionable women of her generation, and just like Middleton (and her sister-in-law Meghan Markle), the world loved seeing what dresses, dresses, and yes, jewels she would go for engagements. When she died in 1997, Prince William and Prince Harry inherited her collection, and since then, Middleton and Markle have often worn different pieces. Do you remember the amazing aquamarine ring Markle wore with her evening wedding dress in 2018? That used to be Princess Dianas.
Now, eagle-eye royals fans believe Middleton may have turned a famous pair of Di earrings into a beautiful necklace. During an appearance this week at Buckingham Palace with Prince William, Duchess Catherine wore one of the sapphire earrings that were given to Princess Diana as a wedding gift from Crown Prince Fahd of Saudi Arabia (by Hello!) Around her neck.
"A closer look at Kate's new sapphire and diamond pendant necklace. @Allthingsroyal suggests the stones could be from Princess Diana's Saudi sapphire suite. It appears the teardrop earrings from the Parure were used to create the pendant" wrote the Twitter account Kate's Closet (@katesclosetau). See for yourself in the photo below:
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Kensington Palace didn't comment on the jewelry and we don't really expect it, but when Kate Middleton turned the earrings into a new piece it was a great idea. What a creative, fresh way of wearing the jewels am I right? On the other hand, you can do pretty much anything with these sparkling sapphires and they look incredibly beautiful and chic. We have to stan.
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