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WILLS shared~[British Royal Family- Expressing Missing with Jewelry]

WILLS shared~[British Royal Family- Expressing Missing with Jewelry]


Prince Philip , the husband of Queen Elizabeth II , passed away on April 9 at the age of 99. The funeral ended last week, except for the Queen wearing the brooch inherited by Queen Mary. , Kate attended the funeral in an all-black look, and the matching pearl necklace was even more meaningful.

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The brooch " Richmond Brooch " worn by the Queen of England is made of gold, silver and diamonds, with a pearl inlaid in the center. A brooch with the symbol of marriage given to her by her grandmother, Queen Mary, as a gift to Queen Mary on her wedding in 1893 .

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Tribute to the Queen's husband's 73 years of marriage

The pearls on the necklace worn by Duchess Kate were gifted to the Queen by the Japanese government and were designed by London jeweler Garrard . The four rows of pearls are set with a diamond buckle in the center. The Queen has worn this necklace many times, including attending Mrs. Thatcher's 70th birthday party in 1995. Kate also wore it at the 2017 celebration of the Queen's 70th wedding anniversary with Prince Philip.

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The matching pearl earrings were a wedding gift from the King of Bahrain to Queen Elizabeth in 1947 . Two pieces of jewelry that are closely related to the Queen and Prince Philip are seen by the public as Kate's tribute to their relationship.

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At funerals, women wear low-key and elegant pearl jewelry. However, it is not just an accessory to match their clothes. The experiences and stories behind them can make these jewelry symbols of commemoration.


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