Kate Middleton's Golden Citrine Earrings

When it comes to jewellery, the elegant Kate Middleton favours small and subtle pieces working them from day time through to night. She is a fan of drop earrings and has been seen on several occasions sporting some of the late Princess Diana’s beautiful pieces.  Living so close to the crown jewels and of course being married to a Prince, we are sure Kate’s jewellery collection is pretty incredible.


Let us relive some of Kate’s greatest jewellery moments in pictures:


Sporting an unusual pair of drop earrings for the Epsom Derby. A vibrant citrine stone in a yellow gold setting. Both elegant and unusual our citrine drop earrings are surrounded by 0.12ct of diamond to really make them pop.


Kate Middleton   Citrine Earrings

Glowing in a pink Alexander McQueen coat and matching hat, Kate joined the Queen’s birthday parade. Again, she has opted for a drop earring but this time a delicate, timeless pearl. We think the pearls compliment her pastel outfit perfectly.


Kate Middleton Pink Coat


Let us not forget the beautiful diamond drop earrings that Kate wore to her wedding. The stunners completed her ivory lace, Alexander McQueen dress. Our 18K white gold and diamond drop earrings match Kate’s elegant and sparkly wedding look.


18k White Gold Diamond Earrings


Here Kate is reinventing Diana’s style after having the late Princesses’ original sapphire and diamond stud earrings transformed into her classic drop earring style. The diamond and sapphire combination is a classic and beautiful mix.


Sapphire Earrings     Sapphire and Diamond Earrings  Sapphire Drop Earrings



One thought on “Kate Middleton's Golden Citrine Earrings

  1. Isn’t she lovely? She looks prettier with her earrings. No wonder our prince has fallen in love with her. Blue diamond looks good on her. :)

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