Duchess Catherine put on a special necklace at a reception in honor of Elizabeth II and Philip
As we have already told, on November 20 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip celebrated a platinum wedding. But let's not talk about the triumph, but about the necklace that the Duchess Catherine wore at a party in honor of the royal couple at Windsor Castle - namely, a four-strand pearl jewelry piece of art with a drop of diamonds in the middle.
The necklace was one of the favorite jewels of the queen from the 80s to the 90s. Of course, they made it on a special order from the collection of cultured pearls donated to Her Majesty by the Japanese government. Princess Diana was also crazy about the necklace and even “borrowed” him from Elizabeth II for an official banquet on the occasion of the visit of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and her spouse Prince Claus to the UK in 1982, as evidenced by a photo archive.And here we can again admire the jewelry masterpiece thanks to the duchess Catherine. The only pity is that the photographers managed to capture the honorary guest only in the car, I would like to see the wife of Prince William in full growth in a beautiful black lace Diane von Furstenberg dress.
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