Kate pays tribute to her mother-in-law Diana by wearing her earrings

The Princess of Wales paid tribute to her mother-in-law by wearing her earrings for ‘s procession today. 

Kate, 40, donned pearl earrings that were gifted to Diana before her wedding to in 1981. 

The earrings, made by Collingwood, mark a touching handover from one Princess of Wales to the other. 

The Princess of Wales paid tribute to her mother-in-law Princess Diana by wearing her earrings for the Queen's procession today. Pictured, Diana wearing the earrings in Washington DC in 1985

The Princess of Wales today wore the earrings with a brooch that belonged to the Queen

The Princess of Wales paid tribute to her mother-in-law Princess Diana by wearing her earrings for the Queen’s procession today.Pictured, Diana wearing the earrings in Washington DC in 1985

Diana loved the earrings and even wore them with what ended up becoming known as the Revenge Dress at a Vanity Fair party in November 1994

Diana loved the earrings and even wore them with what ended up becoming known as the Revenge Dress at a Vanity Fair party in November 1994

They became firm favourites of Diana and were sported on royal tours of Australia, Canada and Italy.

The earrings feature a round diamond stud, from which is suspended an additional round diamond and a bell cap set with three more rows of small diamonds. The bell caps each contain a pearl drop.

Diana began wearing the earrings before she was Princess of Wales. They were a gift from Collingwood, a jewellery firm that was a favourite of the Spencer family. 

She wore them on several occasions throughout her marriage.

They made her gala outfits sparkle during her tour of the US in 1985, where she wore them with a lacy white gown and the Lover’s Knot tiara for a gala dinner at the British Embassy. 

She also wore them with the form-fitting black dress she sported as she attended the Vanity Fair party at the Serpentine Gallery in November 1994 in London, which then later become known as the Revenge Dress. 

The Princess of Wales made a sweet nod to her late mother-in-law by wearing earrings that belonged to Princess Diana for the occasion

The Princess of Wales made a sweet nod to her late mother-in-law by wearing earrings that belonged to Princess Diana for the occasion 

The Princess of Wales closed her eyes for a moment of quiet reflection during today's ceremony. The first members of the public will be allowed to pass the coffin from 5pm today

The Princess of Wales closed her eyes for a moment of quiet reflection during today’s ceremony.The first members of the public will be allowed to pass the coffin from 5pm today 

The Queen Consort, Princess of Wales, the Countess of Wessex and the Duchess of Sussex stood side by side in the Abbey today

The Queen Consort, Princess of Wales, the Countess of Wessex and the Duchess of Sussex stood side by side in the Abbey today

Her husband the Prince of Wales, who was wearing his uniform and military titles and medals, looked deep in thought during the ceremony

Her husband the Prince of Wales, who was wearing his uniform and military titles and medals, looked deep in thought during the ceremony 

Today, Kate Middleton, who was made Princess of Wales by King Charles III when he was declared King on Saturday, wore the earrings as a sweet nod to her mother-in-law

Kate has worn the earrings several times, including in her official portrait released to mark her 40th birthday earlier this year.  

She paired them with a pearl brooch which belong to the Queen.  

Collingwood also loaned jewels to Diana during the engagement period, including an elaborate diamond necklace and matching earrings, which she wore for a portrait session with Lord Snowdon. 

The firm reportedly wanted to gift the necklace and Jasa pembuatan pt tangerang earrings to Diana as a wedding present, but they were cautioned by the palace that the gift would be too extravagant.The diamond and pearl earrings were given instead. 

A thoughtful Prince of Wales gentle touched his wife's back in a comforting gesture as they left Westminster Hall this afternoon

A thoughtful Prince of Wales gentle touched his wife’s back in a comforting gesture as they left Westminster Hall this afternoon

Kate and William paid their respects to the Queen's coffin before they departed from Westminster Hall at the end of the ceremony

Kate and William paid their respects to the Queen’s coffin before they departed from Westminster Hall at the end of the ceremony

The Princess of Wales followed the Earl and Countess of Wessex and the Prince of Wales to pay her respect to the monarch's coffin

The Princess of Wales followed the Earl and Countess of Wessex and the Prince of Wales to pay her respect to the monarch’s coffin 

The Princess of Wales looked very dignified as she closed her eyes for a moment of reflection during the ceremony this afternoon

The Princess of Wales looked very dignified as she closed her eyes for a moment of reflection during the ceremony this afternoon 

All members of the royal family looked solemn during the event at Westminster Hall this afternoon as they shared a moment of reflection

All members of the royal family looked solemn during the event at Westminster Hall this afternoon as they shared a moment of reflection  

Wearing a coat dress by Catherine Walker, the Princess of Wales looked poised and collected during the emotional family moment

Wearing a coat dress by Catherine Walker, the Princess of Wales looked poised and collected during the emotional family moment

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