We don't know about you; but we're still reeling over the Duchess of Cambridge's stunning gold and white Alexander McQueen dress she sported at the 2020 BAFTAs. The wife of Prince William stole the show - her frock was the talk of the night - and it's easy to see why. It featured delicate beading and the white shade looked wonderful against her skin tone. But did you have a chance to check out her jewellery? The 38-year-old wore a beautiful necklace and drop earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels - the Alhambra clover. This design is so similar to a set the Duchess of Cornwall has - particularly the earrings. Perhaps Kate was inspired by her fellow royal?
Kate wore a necklace and earringsb by Van Cleef & Arpels at the 2020 BAFTAs
Mother-of-three Kate and Camilla have a lovely relationship and Kate even has a lovely gold charm bracelet given to her by Prince Charle's wife.
Camilla is often seen with her own pair of Van Cleef & Arpels earrings
The gold bracelet was gifted to Kate as a wedding gift in 2011 and features a disc engraved with both of their monograms – on one side, a 'C' for Catherine and a coronet, and on the other, a 'C' for Camilla and a crown.
Kate's charm bracelet is a wedding gift from Camilla
Camilla has an impressive collection of tiaras, necklaces, brooches, earrings and rings, including her own family pieces and personal love tokens from her husband Prince Charles.
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One of her favourite pieces has to be the Topaz pearl choker.
Camilla has lots of stunning jewels, including this choker
This five-strand pearl necklace features a huge pink topaz stone at the centre. The gorgeous bauble is just one of Camilla's many pearl chokers, and has been said to be a gift from her husband.
When Camilla makes a red-carpet appearance, she has often worn the diamond serpent necklace, which features two small rubies for eyes. The choker is also thought to have been a gift from Charles, and Camilla was first spotted wearing it in 2001.
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