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Kate Middleton, 39, joined the Royal Family in 2011 after she married Prince William, 38. She has a huge jewellery collection with stunning earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings. She also has borrowed pieces from the Queen as well as having some pieces that belonged to Princess Diana before she died.

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Prince William inherited a number of jewellery pieces from his mother who tragically died in a car crash in 1997.

When William proposed to Kate in 2010, he gave her Princess Diana’s stunning sapphire ring.

However, she also has some other pieces in her collection that once belonged to Lady Di.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Charlotte Leigh from Lottie Leigh Fine Jewellery, provided an insight into a pair of Kate’s luxury earrings, which she has remodelled.

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Kate Middleton ‘refashioned’ £55,000 luxury earrings with ‘unique history’ from Princess DianaKate Middleton ‘refashioned’ £55,000 luxury earrings with ‘unique history’ from Princess Diana (Image: Getty)

Kate Middleton's stunning earrings could be worth a fortuneKate Middleton's stunning earrings could be worth a fortune (Image: Getty)

Charlotte explained: “Remodelling jewellery is very common within aristocratic society who often use stones from family heirlooms to make new, updated, fabulous pieces of jewellery. 

“Someone who is no stranger to this is the Duchess of Cambridge herself who wasn’t just gifted Diana’s sapphire engagement ring.

“Other pieces in her spectacular collection of fine jewellery include stones from her “‘Saudi Sapphire Suite’ which was gifted to Diana in 1981 by Crown Prince Fahd of Saudi Arabia on the occasion of her to Prince Charles.  

“This remarkable set from Asprey consisted of earrings with attachable drops, a necklace, watch and ring.”

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