The new Princess of Wales, the first to bear the title since Princess Diana, reportedly wore a three-pearl necklace that was a nod to the late Queen.
The three-strand necklace was a nod to the Queen’s favorite jewelry, which she had grown fond of as a child.
Speaking of To expressArseiny Budrevich, the founder of Budrevich Fine Jewelery Studio, revealed that the Queen may like her for another reason as well.
The expert explained how pearls “represent the aristocratic virtues of liberality, splendor and generosity”.
They added: “Pearls have been associated with class, elegance and sophistication since the Ptolemaic dynasty of ancient Egypt, when the royal family wore pearls to show their status.
“This tradition was then passed through the Holy Roman Empire to the French monarchs, who made it fashionable in the Middle Ages, where it later spread throughout Europe. That’s when the British Empire picked up the style.”
What to Expect at the Queen’s Funeral
The Queen will leave Buckingham Palace for the last time on Wednesday before heading into the state.
The procession leaves the Palace at 2:22pm and is expected to arrive at Westminster Hall at 3:00pm.
A service lasting approximately 20 minutes will be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury accompanied by the Dean of Westminster.
Mourners have already queued up to attend the Queen’s funeral, which begins at 5pm and lasts until 6.30am on Monday 19 September, the day of the Queen’s funeral.
The government says the queue is expected to be very long as people stand “many hours, possibly overnight” with very little opportunity to sit down.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/21481701.kate-middletons-tribute-queen-coffin-arrived-buckingham-palace-final-time/?ref=rss Kate Middleton’s tribute to Queen as a coffin arrived at Buckingham Palace for the last time