Kate Middleton wowed in a new pair of daisy-shaped diamond earrings worth £17,300 as she arrived in Dublin for her first official visit to the Republic of Ireland today.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, added a touch of glitz and glamour to her emerald outfit with the striking pair of Asprey stud earrings, which appear to be a new addition to the royal's jewellery collection.
The mother-of-three swept her hair back with a chic black velvet headband revealing the elegant daisy diamond earrings worth £17,300.
Kate opted for a £1,567 designer dress by Alessandra Rich, a brand loved both by Kate and her younger sister Pippa, 36, as she arrived at the airport alongside Prince William, 37, to start her three-day trip to the country this afternoon.
Kate Middleton, 38, donned a glittering pair of diamond earrings by designer Asprey worthn £17,300 today as she arrived in the Republic of Ireland for the first day of her royal tour
The Duchess opted for a glitzy set of earrings by designer Asprey, with the brand describing them online as featuring a 'quintessentially British daisy'
The Duchess excelled at diplomatic dressing today as she stepped out in the full green outfit for her first official visit to the Republic of Ireland.
The mother-of-three paired the silk midi dress with a chic forest green Catherine Walker coat and a matching pair of heels and clutch-bag.
The royal complimented her stylish outfit with a sophisticated black velvet hairband, an accessory which has become a fast-favourite of the Duchess over the past year.
Her chic earrings by brand Asprey are described online as featuring a 'quintessentially English Daisy'.
The glitzy daisy earrings, which come with a pricetag of £17,300, are described online as featuring diamond petals and a pavé diamond centre, set in 18c white gold