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Inside Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's royal jewellery collection worth over £100,000

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When it comes to The Royal Family, we’re just as obsessed with their wardrobes as we are them. However, besides the glitz and glamour of their clothes, we’re equally fascinated by their twinkling jewels which always come with a rich history – they are part of a very wealthy family after all.

When members such as Kate Middleton and even Princess Diana stepped out for special appearances, most of the time their special jewels are borrowed from The Queen's collection.

Well, gifting experts Find Me A Gift have taken a look into the jewellery that the Royal ladies have received from other family members and revealed just how much each one is estimated to be worth.

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