Kate Middleton’s Sentimental Jewelry Tribute to Queen

Image Courtesy: ANI English

On the solemn occasion of the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, Kate Middleton and Prince William made a poignant journey to Wales to attend a service in her honor at the historic St. Davids Cathedral.

During the service, Princess Kate, standing beside her husband, reverently placed a bouquet of white flowers before a portrait of the late Queen Elizabeth. The couple shared a moment of silent reflection, visibly moved by the solemnity of the occasion, as reported by People.

Princess Kate has consistently paid tribute to the late monarch through her choice of jewelry. To mark the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s passing, Kate adorned herself with a pair of pearl-and-diamond drop earrings that once belonged to the Queen herself, according to Page Six. These classic earrings, worn by Queen Elizabeth during her Silver Jubilee in 1977, feature teardrop-shaped pearls suspended from diamond studs, a departure from the larger round pearls she typically wore.

Kate complemented the meaningful pearls with a maroon coatdress. The event, known as “an act of reflection for accession day,” featured prayers offered in both Welsh and English.

Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the age of 96 on September 8th of the previous year, leaving behind a legacy that continues to be commemorated by her family and the nation.

Re-reported from the article originally published in The ANI English.

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