Bling Fit for a Princess - Kate Middleton's Jewelry ...


Like her outfits, Kate Middleton’s jewelry fits her style perfectly.

She might have the opportunity to have the blingiest bling in her jewelry box, but, just like her wardrobe, her collection is an eclectic mix of high design, high-class and high street.

1. Engagement Ring

Engagement Ring

When talking about the jewelry Kate Middleton wears, we have to start with that amazing engagement ring!

The ring that once belonged to William’s mother, the late Diana, Princess of Wales, is a Ceylon sapphire created by the former Crown Jeweler Garrard & Co.

It contains a staggering 14 solitaire diamonds that surround a twelve-carat stone, all set, of course, in 18 carat white gold.

Great work, Wills.

Who could have said no with a ring like that!

2. Earrings


One of the great things about Kate is that she embraces designer jewelry as well as the priceless heirloom pieces of the Royal Family.

This gorgeous pair of earrings by Catherine Zoraida are around the £140 ($200) price range but on the ears of the Duchess they look much more expensive!2

Kate first wore them on a visit to meet the King of Malaysia in 2012, but has since recycled them and worn them all over the world from the UK to Australia.

3. Brooch


Every member of the worlds’ royal elite needs to have at least a few pieces of Cartier to their name, and this beautiful brooch is something that Kate likes to get out of the jewelry box every St.

Patrick’s Day.

This gold three-leaf Shamrock pin with a stunning emerald center actually used to belong to the late Queen Mother who classed the Irish holiday parade as one of her very favorites in the calendar.

4. Earrings


Earrings are something that Kate is quite well known for and are always something that stands out in her signature look, and these Kiki McDonough creations are no exception!

These citrine pear drops are worth a pricey £495 ($700), but they are not the only pieces from the collection that the Duchess owns, she also has a beautiful pair of blue topaz hoops that would set you back £1,200 ($1,700)!

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