Kate Middleton wore a necklace with a very special meaning behind it on an outing to meet other mothers for a socially-distanced chat in Battersea Park, London.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, opted to pair her simple but elegant outfit with a touching personalised gold necklace.
It was designed by Hayley Jones, and had the letters G, L, C, engraved on it in honour of her children, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis 2.
She also wore a second necklace from the Spells of Love designer, as she chatted away in London on Wednesday.
Kate was at Battersea Park to speak to mothers helped by different peer groups, such as Home-Start, National Childbirth Trust (NCT) and Mush.
She heard how the mum’s struggled to meet up during the Covid-19 lockdown, but kept up their work on zoom and regular phone calls.
Kate has used her fashion choices to pay tribute to her children before, and wore a delicate £1,070 'Personalised Gold Midnight Moon Necklace' by Daniella Draper earlier this year.
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Like this necklace, the jewellery had the letters 'G, L, C' in honour of her children engraved on it.
Back in 2014, she also wore a necklace engraved with Prince George’s full name – George Alexander Louis – and a heart-shaped charm inscribed with the letter ‘W’ for her husband William
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The style of necklace is worn by Meghan Markle, who wore a dainty initial 'A' necklace as a nod to her son Archie when she made a appearance at Wimbledon in 2019.
Meghan also wore a necklace with the letters 'H' and 'A' on it while watching Serena Williams – a long time friend of hers – play in a U.S. championship.
The royal was also photographed wearing a delicate 18-carat gold 'mommy' necklace when she was seven-months-pregnant.
It is believed the necklace was a gift to Meghan from one of her friends at her baby shower, which was held in a luxury hotel in New York.
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