Continuing a tradition of the British royal house, Kate Middleton attended the ceremony celebrating the 70th anniversary of the wedding of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, wearing a pearl choker that belongs to her majesty's collection and which she also wore Princess Diana in her day.
As PEOPLE has published, the jewel is a pearl necklace with 4 strips that close in the form of a diamond brooch that the Japanese government gave to the queen and that she often wore in the 80s and 90s.
Another member of the royal family who had also been photographed with this gem before Middleton was the pearl-loving princess Diana, who chose him for a gala dinner in 1982, during one of her official visits to the Netherlands.
In addition to the choker, the earrings that Prince William's wife chose for the occasion also had a history. These are the Collingwood earrings, two pieces of pearls and diamonds that were a wedding gift for Lady Di and that remained in her private collection after divorcing Prince Charles.
Always looking for images that reveal her four months of pregnancy, the paparazzi could only photograph the princess's driveway upon arrival at the event, accompanied by her husband and brother-in-law, and wearing a black dress by designer Diane Von Furstenberg who has already We saw him during his previous pregnancy, when he was expecting Princess Charlotte in 2014.
The anniversary was celebrated at Windsor Castle and only the closest family attended, nothing to do with the 2,000 guests who gathered 7 decades ago to witness the royal marriage.