Kate Middleton Receives Another Honor From Queen Elizabeth During Christmas Concert

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Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II's relationship has continued to improve. According to a new report, the Duchess of Cambridge just received another honor from Her Majesty.

Kate Middleton Wore Queen Elizabeth II's Jewelry In Recent Engagement

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The Duchess of Cambridge has been loading various items from the Queen's vault for official engagements. Her Majesty granted her the honor of using her sapphire and diamond fringe earrings at the recent Christmas carol concert that Kate Middleton hosted, Express reported.

It wasn't the first time Middleton wore an item from the Queen's collection. Over the years, the future queen consort has been wearing the different items from the monarch's jewelry vault.

In August 2018, the duchess rocked the Queen's Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings when they were photographed heading to church in Scotland, Balmoral Castle.

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The ruler of Bahrain gifted the earrings to the Queen for her wedding to Prince Philip in 1947. It has three hanging baguette diamonds with three more small diamonds making way to the dangling seven pearls, People reported.

Middleton also wore the Queen's teardrop earrings at a gala held at Kensington Palace in November 2017.

The Queen usually lends Middleton items from her personal collections for state visits and formal occasions. The Duchess of Cambridge is fond of the items from Her Majesty's vault because she has been wearing various items from it.

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Kate Middleton, Prince William And Her Family Attended The Christmas Concert

Kate Middleton appeared at the Christmas carol concert with her husband, Prince William. She was stunning in her red Catherine Walker coat. The Queen's earrings added elegance to the duchess' already stunning look for the event.

The event aims to celebrate the work of charity workers, teachers, and volunteers during the pandemic. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by her parents Michael and Carole Middleton. The duchess' siblings, brother James and sister Pippa were also in attendance.

Previous reports claimed that BBC was supposed to cover the event. However, following the alleged misunderstanding between the network and the royal family after the documentary The Princes and the Press, the royal couple dropped BBC and decided to work with ITV for the broadcast.

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