Kate Middleton Has Gold Necklace Engraved With Initials – The Real Meaning Behind Chic Jewelry

Kate Middleton, who has raised the bar when it comes to “Royal” style, attended an event wearing a necklace that has extraordinary meaning behind it.

As reported by the Daily Mail, Kate Middleton’s “Personalized Gold Midnight Moon Necklace” by Daniella Draper features the initials of her three beautiful children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Middleton wore the chic jewelry in honor of her and Prince William’s offspring when she visited the Ely and Caerau Children’s Center in Cardiff, Wales in January.

As per the description, the necklace is made from 100% recycled 9k gold. The description also noted the symbolism of the moon, which is the rhythm of time. Specifically, the phases of the moon represent immortality, eternity, and enlightenment.


During her appearance at the Ely and Caerau Children’s Center, Middleton praised the people working at the center, saying the crucial work they do has a huge social and economic impact.

Middleton’s charities focus on issues affecting young children, drug addiction and manufacturing. In January, she launched a national survey on improving youth.

The survey, titled “5 Big Questions on Under-5s”, includes five surveys designed to involve as many people as possible in the discussion.

Middleton had the pleasure of wearing special jewelry.

Besides Ely and Careau Children’s Center, the Duchess of Cambridge also visited MiniBrum at the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum and LEYF Nursery in Southwark.

On September 22, the style icon also wore another eye-catching necklace engraved with the letters “C”, “G” and “L” for George, Charlotte and Louis.

Middleton was pictured wearing the gems in Battersea Park, where the Duchess of Cambridge listened to parents talk about their encounters with peer support initiatives.

Middleton had the pleasure of wearing special royal jewelry even before she became a royal herself. In 2010, William proposed to her with Princess Diana’s engagement ring.

When she attended the National Portrait Gallery on one occasion, Middleton wore a diamond necklace, which was a wedding gift given to Queen Elizabeth II by the Nizam of Hyderabad.

Middleton is also often seen wearing the bracelet given to her by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, when she walked down the aisle with William at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.

After giving birth to George, William gave her a diamond eternity ring. In 2015, Middleton had the honor of wearing the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara, which was commissioned by Queen Mary and remains in Her Majesty’s collection.

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