Since the Queen died on September 8, royal ladies have opted for pearl jewelry in tribute to the Queen at public outings.
For a service at Westminster Hall on Wednesday to mark the Queen’s lying-in-state, Kate wore a pearl and diamond leaf brooch that after belonged to the monarch.
Kate additionally wore the Collingwood pearl earrings, believed to be a favorite of the Princess, which as soon as belonged to the late Princess Diana.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex additionally wore a pair of traditional pearl earrings for the service.
The modest studs have been thought to have been gifted by the Queen to Meghan when she joined the Royal Family in 2018.