Kate Middleton, 37, is lucky enough to have access to the Royal Family’s stunning vault of jewellery comprised of exquisite necklaces, bracelets and tiaras.
Over the years, the Duchess of Cambridge, who officially became a member of the Royal Family when she married Prince William in 2011, has worn a number of family heirlooms for special occasions.
These include the Cartier Halo Tiara which the Queen loaned to her for her wedding day as well as the sparkly Nizam of Hyderabad necklace which she wore to an event at the National Portrait Gallery.
In addition to these iconic pieces, Kate has built up her own extraordinary collection of jewellery – take a look at the pieces she has received from her husband Prince William, 37.
Rose gold ring
During their time at university, Prince William gave Kate a rose gold ring adorned with each of their birth stones – garnets for William and Pearls for Kate.
Princess Diana’s engagement ring
Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton with his mother’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring which was selected from royal jeweller Gerrard by Diana in 1981.
Gold wedding band
Kate’s wedding band is made from traditional Welsh gold.
Following the birth of their first child Prince George in 2013, William gave the new mum a beautiful diamond eternity band.
Sapphire and diamond earrings
Following the couple’s engagement, Kate was given a set of sapphire and diamond earrings from Princess Diana’s personal collection by her fiancé.
The Duchess of Cambridge had the jewellery turned into a pair of drop earring.
Prince William gifted his wife a par of green amethyst earrings designed by Kiki McDonough during their first christmas as a married couple.
Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch
Prince William gifted his wife the stylish timepiece on their third wedding anniversary.
Kiki McDonough earrings
Prince William gave Kate a pair of custom-made earrings featuring green tourmalines, green amethysts and diamonds following the birth of Princess Charlotte.