Kate Middleton recycles £13,000 worth of gold and mother-of-pearl jewelery with four-leaf clover

Stunning Duchess! Kate Middleton recycles £13,000 of gold and mother-of-pearl jewelry with four-leaf clover for Bahamas reception

  • Kate Middleton wore a mother-of-pearl and gold necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels
  • She last wore the chic ensemble on the red carpet at the BAFTA Awards in 2020
  • Necklace and earrings, from the Magic Alhambra collection, priced at £13,000

Kate Middleton wowed in white mother-of-pearl and gold jewelery from Van Cleef & Arpels last night as she attended a glittering dinner with Prince William on the final leg of their Caribbean tour.

Earrings and necklace are nothing new for the Duchess, 40, who previously wore the expensive ensemble when she joined A-list celebrities on the red carpet at the BAFTA Awards in 2020.

Matching mother-of-pearl jewelery from French luxury brand Van Cleef & Arpels together sell for around £13,000. The necklace and earrings are from their Magic Alhambra collection.

Kate wore them with a bespoke Grecian maxi dress by British wedding designer Phillipa Lepley, paired with a £225 blue satin Hayworth clutch by Lulu Guinness.

Kate Middleton wowed a pair of white and gold mother-of-pearl earrings and necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels last night as she attended a glittering dinner with Prince William on the final leg of their tour In the Caribbean

Kate Middleton wowed a pair of white and gold mother-of-pearl earrings and necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels last night as she attended a glittering dinner with Prince William on the final leg of their tour In the Caribbean

The Duchess' 'Magic Alhambra necklace', which sells for £7,850, is pictured above

The Duchess’ ‘Magic Alhambra necklace’, which sells for £7,850, is pictured above

Prince William donned a suave blue velvet blazer and bow tie at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar hotel in Nassau. This is the final leg of the royal couple’s Caribbean tour to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The couple were attending a reception hosted by the Governor General, where they met with community leaders and personalities from across the islands of The Bahamas.

Kate’s timeless jewelry was perfect for the occasion. Her Magic Alhambra earrings sell for £5,400, while her necklace is worth £7,850.

Online, the production description reads: “Magic Alhambra jewelry designs bring together Alhambra designs of various sizes, coming together in a joyous dance.

Matching mother-of-pearl jewelery from French luxury brand Van Cleef & Arpels together sell for around £13,000.  The necklace and earrings are from their Magic Alhambra collection

Matching mother-of-pearl jewelery from French luxury brand Van Cleef & Arpels together sell for around £13,000. The necklace and earrings are from their Magic Alhambra collection

Kate wore them with a bespoke Grecian maxi dress by British wedding designer Phillipa Lepley, paired with a £225 blue satin Hayworth clutch by Lulu Guinness

Kate wore them with a bespoke Grecian maxi dress by British wedding designer Phillipa Lepley, paired with a £225 blue satin Hayworth clutch by Lulu Guinness

“Inspired by the clover leaf, their asymmetrical designs feature different combinations of materials. »

The Duchess previously wore the ensemble to the 73rd annual EE British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in February 2020. On that occasion, she paired the jewelry with a white and gold Alexander McQueen gown.

Prince William and Kate have visited Jamaica, Belize and the Bahamas on their week-long Caribbean tour, which kicked off last Saturday.

Speaking on the penultimate night of their visit, William told guests in the Bahamas, including the country’s Prime Minister Philip Davis, that whatever the future, ties between the UK and the nations will “last.”

The Duke said: “Next year I know you are all looking forward to celebrating fifty years of independence – your golden anniversary.

Jewelery is nothing new for the Duchess, 40, who previously wore the expensive ensemble when she joined A-list celebrities on the red carpet at the BAFTA Awards in 2020 (pictured)

Jewelery is nothing new for the Duchess, 40, who previously wore the expensive ensemble when she joined A-list celebrities on the red carpet at the BAFTA Awards in 2020 (pictured)

Pictured: Prince William and Kate Middleton at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards in 2020

Pictured: Prince William and Kate Middleton at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards in 2020

“And with Jamaica celebrating 60 years of independence this year, and Belize celebrating 40 years of independence last year, I want to say this:

“We proudly support and respect your decisions about your future.

“Relationships evolve. Friendship endures.”

Barbados took the historic decision to replace the Queen as head of state in November and elected its first president in a ceremony attended by the Prince of Wales.