We love following the Duchess of Cambridge’s excellent style, and this week she stunned yet again, this time with her jewellery choices.
Last week we were lusting after her Missoma earrings, but this week it’s the Duchess’s necklace that us and royal fans alike can’t get enough of. Alongside her impeccable outfit, which included a pair of pink £29.50 M&S trousers (that we’ve seen her in on more than one occasion now), Kate opted for a gold necklace that she was gifted on her trip to Galway, Ireland, earlier this year.
The necklace is by jewellery brand All The Falling Stars and it features a thin gold 18 inch link chain and six small gold discs layered over each other. Crafted from 14k gold, the brand added an extra special, sentimental touch to the necklace just for her, by engraving 3 of the discs with her children’s initials: G, C and L.
Not surprisingly, the beautiful ‘Kate Middleton necklace’ has quickly sold out but it is available on back order. Additionally, while the engraving was originally a unique added touch just for Kate, the brand has been inundated with initial engraving requests and the personalisation service is now available as an add-on for all customers. Engraved, the necklace costs £99.85; without engraving, it’s £81.53.
Kate wore the necklace for a solo outing to Battersea Park to meet with families to chat with them about how they have coped during the pandemic and how important access to outside space is for their health and wellbeing.
In addition to the necklace, the jewellery brand also gifted Kate Middleton a matching pair of earrings, which she was spotted wearing for an engagement in Sheffield back in August.