Princess Diana’s Greatest Gift to Duchess Kate

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‘Princess Diana’s Greatest Gift to Duchess Kate’

Princess Diana was known for her effortless style and fashion choices.

So it’s no surprise that her daughter-in-law regularly takes inspiration from the late Princess of Wales.

Before her passing, Diana requested her jewellery be allocated to her sons, so that their future wives could use it in the future.

And on numerous occasions, the Duchess of Cambridge has been seen in her late mother-in-law’s sentimental jewels.

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