On the occasion of the Christmas event at Westminster Abbey, Queen Elizabeth decided to lend a pair of sapphire and diamond earrings to her daughter-in-law Kate Middleton. A very important gesture that once again confirmed the sovereign’s preferences.
The Queen Elizabeth on the occasion of the usual Christmas event at Westminster Abbey has decided to make a very important gift to Duchess of Cambridge. The sovereign has decided to give Middelton a couple of earrings with sapphires e diamonds!
According to rumors, the Queen would only have lent them to her daughter-in-law, but in reality the royal expert Daniela Elser he saw much more behind Elizabeth II’s gesture. In fact, Kate has already sported sapphire and diamond earrings with extreme pride, during other official occasions.
One honor that of Middleton which not everyone can claim to have had. Meghan Markle for example, he never wore the Queen’s jewels, except on the occasion of her wedding!
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Queen Elizabeth prefers Kate to Meghan
It seems clear that Queen Elizabeth has one undisputed preference among his daughters-in-law. In fact, Kate had the opportunity to wear the Queen’s jewels on several occasions unlike Meghan.
Daniela Elser, real expert in an interview shot by the Sun revealed:
“The Duchess of Sussex will surely have some jewels that belonged to Diana herself. However, she was never allowed to wear the royal treasure jewels on multiple occasions, as was the case with Kate. This shows that Prince William’s wife is much more trustworthy. Furthermore, it is also likely that the Queen has chosen to lend some jewels on a permanent basis: a gift that has a meaning ”.
Kate Middleton has now managed to conquer the confidence from the Regina and of the people of England; she and her husband William in fact, according to the national approval rating, are particularly appreciated by the people and best represent the Royal family! How they will take it Harry e Meghan?
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