The Duchess of Cambridge wore a stunning pearl bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana at the G-7 summit reception with world leaders in Cornwall.
Kate looked elegant in a classic white Alexander McQueen coat dress, which she accessorised with the statement three-strand pearl bracelet for the event, during which Prince Charles led a discussion on climate change.
In addition to Diana's bracelet, the duchess wore nude Aquazzura heels with bows at the back of the heel, accessorising with a matching nude clutch and Robinson Pelham Oxygen Aspen earrings, worth £4,900.
The bracelet was famously worn by Diana in 1989. The royal teamed it with a tiara and her iconic white Catherine Walker 'Elvis' dress during an official engagement in Hong Kong.
The duchess previously wore the bracelet at a summer reception in Germany in 2017.
At the reception on Friday, Kate was joined by Prince William at the Eden Project - the "educational charity" and "eco-visitor attraction" based in Cornwall. The royal couple were accompanied by the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie Johnson, and other dignitaries.
The summit followed a joint engagement between Dr. Jill Biden and Kate, during which the duchess and First Lady visited a local school to engage in a roundtable discussion and raise awareness on the importance of early childhood education. The duchess wore another Alexander McQueen piece, a magenta midi dress, which was complemented by the First Lady's hot-pink blazer by L'Agence.
"I can't wait to meet her,” she told reporters. "We haven’t met her yet. I hope that we will be soon."
Over the weekend, the Queen returned to Windsor for a scaled-back Trooping the Colour to mark Her Majesty's official birthday. The event featured a reduced parade in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
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