, as well as that had been loaned to the former Princess of Wales for Her Majesty’s funeral.For a Remembrance Day service this month, Kate also chose to wear Diana’s diamond and South Sea pearl earrings featuring a horseshoe motif.
Most recently, at the first state visit hosted by King Charles III, the Princess that had been worn a number of times by her late mother-in-law, in a move that was packed full of symbolism.Of course, Kate has often paid tribute to Diana over the years, even before she took on her new title—most notably, via the sapphire and diamond engagement ring that was famously worn by the former Princess of Wales.Below, see the most meaningful pieces in Kate’s jewelry collection that were once worn by Diana.Arguably the most famous piece in Kate Middleton’s jewelry collection is her , which previously belonged to Princess Diana.
After the then Prince Charles asked her to marry him, Diana hand-picked the ring—which features a 12-carat Ceylon sapphire encircled with a halo of diamonds set in 18-carat white gold—from royal jewelers Garrard back in 1981.
Fittingly, Prince William proposed to Kate using his mother’s engagement ring in 2010. “It is very special to me and Kate is very special to me now as well," he said following their engagement. “It is only right the two are put together.Read more on glamour.com