KATE Middleton may have embarked on a whistle stop tour of the UK yesterday – but the mum-of-three still managed to keep her children close to her heart.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a £1,070 gold pendant necklace by luxury designer Daniella Draper which had been personalised to feature Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis' initials.
The mum-of-three paired her pendant – engraved with 'G, L, C' – with a chic black polo neck jumper and a £10 skirt from Zara.
The Duchess' brushed gold necklace can be personalised with up to 10 letters and features a delicate diamond stud.
The personalised jewellery trend is also a favourite of her sister-in-law Meghan Markle – who wore two gold dog tags engraved with the letters 'H' and 'A' at the US Open last year.
Along with her son and husband's initials, Meghan's gold necklace – by Mini Mini designs – also featured a diamond stud on each of the pendants.
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In June 2019, the former Suits actress made a surprise visit to Wimbledon to support Serena again and opted for a £278 silver necklace by Jennifer Meyer which featured an adorable letter 'A' pendant.
Kate’s busy schedule yesterday saw her visit a women’s prison in the final leg of a 24-hour tour to launch a survey on early years development.
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Earlier in the day, Kate had spoken to workers at a children and parents centre in Cardiff where she admitted to feeling "cut off" and "isolated" when Prince George was a baby.
Discussing how Prince William's RAF rota affected her in the early months of motherhood, Kate said: "It was so isolated, so cut off. I didn’t have any family around, and he was doing night shifts. So…if only I had had a centre like this."
In more Royal Family news, Meghan Markle's friend has said Prince Harry's "spirit was being crushed by the Royal Family and he can finally be happy now".
And Prince Harry has "thrown the Queen's gesture back in her face" with his "I have no choice" speech, a royal expert has claimed.
Plus Meghan Markle's best friend Jessica Mulroney has posted a cryptic message about "bullies" and has "sent love" to her followers.
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