From royal family members including Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, to British TV stars Lorraine Kelly and Stacey Solomon, celebrities often pay tribute to their loved ones with special messages hidden within their jewellery.
From engravings of their children’s names, to past dates that remind them of special memories, these celebrity jewellery pieces are oh-so-sentimental. Discover all the celebrities with tribute jewellery and the meaning behind the pieces, below.
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Stacey previously revealed that she wears a silver chain featuring three round pendants in silver, gold and rose gold - each of which are engraved with her sons' names. Isn’t that adorable?
Cleanfluencer Mrs Hinch wears her silver Tiffany & Co. necklace every day and was gifted it by Penguin after her debut book became a number one best-seller.
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The Duchess of Cambridge famously wore a Personalised Charm Chain Necklace by Merci Maman to celebrate the birth of Prince George. She was spotted wearing it back in October 2013, just a few days after her son’s christening. The necklace was sent to Kate by her sister Pippa Middleton as a gift after the birth of Prince George.
In addition, Kate has been spotted wearing a statement necklace from Spells of Love which features three circular pendants engraved with the initials of each of her children. How sweet!
Fans spotted Meghan's sentimental necklace whilst she was speaking at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit
During an appearance at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit earlier this year, Meghan donned a necklace from New York designer Jennifer Fischer. The beautiful meaning behind this necklace has since been revealed – it features an 'A' for Archie engraved on the front, and an 'H' for Harry on the back. Aww!
This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby occasionally wears a gold necklace which appears to feature her children's initials on it. The necklace is by jewellery brand Maya Brenner, of which the Duchess of Sussex is also a fan!
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The Countess of Wessex
Sophie Wessex is another royal who is a fan of personalised jewellery, having previously been spotted wearing a necklace featuring an 'E' for her husband, an 'L' for her daughter Lady Louise Windsor and a 'J' for her son, James, Viscount Severn.
In a kind tribute to her friend Kerry Washington, Halle Berry recently wore a gold necklace with a lioness pendant by Aurate New York to promote Kelly's collaboration with the jewellery brand. Taking to social media, she wrote “Rocking my sweet friend @kerrywashington’s new jewelry collab with @auratenewyork.” Aww!
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Back when Khloe Kardashian welcomed her baby daughter True into the world in 2018, she was spotted wearing a ring that spelled out the name ‘True’. So sweet!
New mum Gigi Hadid recently shared a video of her wearing a glitzy new name necklace which reads 'Mama'. She received the gorgeous present from LA-based jewellery designer Jacquie Aiche to celebrate her becoming a mum.
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