KATE Middleton wore a winning blue ensemble as she attended the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London.
Kate Middleton, who is due to give birth to royal baby number three soon, has been very busy undergoing her public duty of recent.
Yesterday, Prince William’s wife stunned in a high street dress as she attended the annual Royal Foundation Forum and once more by evening in a floral Orla Kielynumber as she attended the National Portrait Gallery exhibition.
And just days ago Kate, 36, headed to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in another striking blue ensemble.
But on the later occasion, Prince Harry’s sister-in-law donned a gorgeous sapphire necklace.
The stand-out necklace bore a striking similarity to one of her late mother-in-law’s, Princess Diana.
Matching her hefty engagement ring, which previously belonged to William and Harry’s mother, the necklace was also a sentimental gift to the Duchess.
The necklace was gifted to the Duchess from her husband.
And like Diana, Kate is known to adore sapphires as she had quite an extensive collection.
Diana, who died in 1997 after a car crash in Paris, had a similar necklace.
Prince Charles’s first wife often wore the blue jewels, and donned a near identical necklace to Kate’s many times.
While the two items are very similar, there’s much of Kate’s collection that comes completely from Diana.
Handed down from her late mother in law she also owns a more discreet pair of blue sapphire and diamond earrings she often wears.
Princess Diana wore them as studs, but fashion-savvy Kate had them altered into drop earrings.
Her stunning engagement ring, made up of 14 solitaire diamonds surrounding a 12-carat oval, also belonged to Diana, as Harry gave it to his big brother to propose with.