Kate Middleton’s £349 earrings as she thanks fans for birthday wishes – where to buy

Kate Middleton is known for her extensive jewellery collection in which she holds expensive pieces including sentimental jewels from Princess Diana. Thanking fans for their birthday messages, the image was from when the couple visited Batley Community Centre in Yorkshire. For the occasion, the Duchess stunned in a pair of earrings which are now sold out everywhere.

On this occasion, the royal was wearing her Simone Rocha Faux-Pearl Curb-Chain Earrings. 

The £349 earrings which are stocked on the likes of Farfetch have become a staple piece in Kate’s jewellery collection.

The description of the earrings reads: “Chunky gold-tone curb-chain links adorned with round faux pearls and finished with post-back fastenings to hold them safely in place.”

Since posting the photo on Instagram, the earrings are now sold out across most available platforms, but they are still available on Farfetch at the time of writing.

Also on their Royal Train tour, Kate stunned in her blue sapphire earrings.

Given to Kate as a wedding present from William, the earrings were refashioned into single drop earrings suspended from a diamond lever.

The Duchess also has a similar pendant, which she will also sometimes pair with the earrings.

The deep blue stones are encrusted in sparkling diamonds.

Deborah Papas Gemologist Prestige Pawnbrokers of Channel 4’s Posh Pawn previously explained that these earrings are worth a fortune.

The expert said: “It is difficult to estimate the value without closer inspection but on the assumption the sapphires are of the same source, Sri Lanka (still referred to as Ceylon in the trade), they could be worth as much as £35,000.”

Kate will often sport these jewels on special occasions, and Princess Diana also favoured her sapphire earrings for royal engagements.

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