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Kate Middleton pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II with a pearl necklace

Kate Middleton has apparently paid a subtle tribute to Queen Elizabeth II through her selection of jewelry.

On Tuesday, the Princess of Wales was photographed with her husband, Prince William, as they walked to Buckingham Palace to collect the Queen’s coffin.

In the photos of Kate taken by Daily Mailshe could be seen dressed in black with a simple necklace consisting of three strands of pearls.

The selection seemed a tribute to the late monarch who was known to favor her own three strand pearl necklace. According Peoplewhile the Queen had many pearl necklaces, her favorite was a three-strand pearl necklace, which she made of pearls with a graduation and a diamond clasp shortly after her accession to the throne.

As for where the queen’s love for pearls began, it is believed it started early in the monarch’s life because of a tradition that began with her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, who reportedly gave each of her daughters. and every year granddaughters have a pearl on their birthday, so that they have a thread before the age of 18.

Kate, 40, and Prince William, also 40,

Arseiny Budrevich, founder of Budrevich Fine Jewelery Studio, says that Queen Elizabeth loved pearls because “they represent the aristocratic virtues of generosity, grandeur and generosity.”

“Pearls have been associated with class, elegance and sophistication since the Ptolemaic dynasty in ancient Egypt, where the royal family wore pearls to show their status,” he said Coffeemaker.

“This tradition was then passed on by the holy Roman empire to the French monarchs who made it fashionable in the Middle Ages and then spread throughout Europe. It was then that the British Empire took up style. ‘

Kate and Prince William joined King Charles, Queen Consort, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and all other senior royals at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening to watch the Queen’s coffin arrive at her London home.

The flag-bearing coffin was brought from RAF Northolt through streets full of benevolent people and passed through the palace gates through a sea of ​​mourners.

After the death of the deceased monarch at Balmoral Castle, after 70 years of reign, her body was transported to Edinburgh, where it was laid in St. Giles before her coffin was transported south.

There was no footage broadcast from inside the Buckingham Palace quadrangle as the deceased monarch’s children, grandchildren, and their spouses privately received her coffin on the steps of the grand entrance

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