Kate Middleton wowed recently as she attended the Anna Freud National Centre gala with husband Prince William.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is currently pregnant with royal baby number three, wore a gorgeous black lace Diane von Furstenberg Zarita dress to the event at Kensington Palace, on Tuesday night (November 7 2017).
But while the mum-to-be recycled one of her best maternity looks for the event, she did debut something very new to her style fans.
The 35 year old sported a dazzling new bracelet that caught everyone’s eye as she shook hands with guests.
Alongside her very expensive engagement ring, Kate wore the diamond jewellery on her right wrist.
And it’s thought Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother borrowed the item from her grandmother-in-law’s jewellery box.
Pregnant Kate Middleton’s glowing she steps out in an unusually sporty ensemble [Getty]
The bracelet is thought to be The Queen’s Quatrefoil bracelet which she has wore on public appearances many times over the years.
But the bracelet wasn’t the only jewellery linked to the monarch Kate wore that day.
In fact, the eldest Middleton child’s wedding band was a gift of sorts from Queen Elizabeth, too.
The Queen herself gave her grandson the piece of Welsh gold shortly after he announced his engagement to the eldest Middleton daughter.
The precious metal was then fashioned into a band by Wartski, a British family-run firm of art and antique dealers that specialise in Russian works of art.
The company have a history of working with the monarchy, having fashioned the wedding bands for the Prince of Wales and Mrs. Camilla Parker-Bowles in 2005.
To finish pregnant Kate’s look yesterday, the royal wore a gentle heels and a clutch bag.
It was also recently revealed the her bag of choice is also a clever tactic to avoid awkward handshake situations.