Kate Middleton has really been upping the lockdown style stakes lately, looking as chic as ever as she regularly makes appearances on social media and via Zoom.
Last week, she had the nation flocking to the website of demi-fine jewellery brand Missoma, after wearing her favourite for a video call with teachers.
And now, the Duchess of Cambridge has us lusting over another stunning piece of jewellery.
In a new video released on Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke with student nurses from Ulster University in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, about their experiences of studying and conducting hospital placements during the pandemic. The Duke and Duchess both praised the students, saying that nursing is a ‘career choice needed now more than ever’.
Kate wore her smart Alexander McQueen tuxedo blazer over a plain white top, as well as gold earrings with a pretty pendant necklace which we’ve spotted in a few of her recent virtual appearances (such as the below last month, when she spoke to Holocaust survivors for Holocaust Memorial Day):
The necklace is a demi-fine gemstone pendant from Astley Clarke, featuring a table-cut lapis lazuli semi-precious stone, set in 18 carat yellow gold-plated sterling silver.
The Astley Clarke product description reads: ‘This gemstone pendant is finished with a gold nugget detail and our signature Astley Clarke star-set lapis lazuli tag. This blue gemstone necklace would be perfect as a birthday gift or paired and stacked with our other gemstone jewellery for a playful, contemporary look.’
The pendant retails at £160 and is available for pre-order with an expected dispatch date of 17th May. It’s also available in various other semi-precious stones, such as black onyx, green malachite, aqua-blue amazonite, and beautiful silver labradorite that changes colour when it catches the light.