Duchess Kate is keeping Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, close to her heart as she continues on her whirlwind 24-hour tour of the UK to launch her "5 big questions on the under 5s" survey. She wore a beautiful necklace featuring her kids' initials while attending multiple royal engagements on Jan. 22.
She made a stylish impression in a class camel coat by Massimo Dutti, black turtleneck, pleated leopard-print skirt from Zara and tall black boots. Eagled-eyed royals fans were quick to take in the finer details of her outfit, including the initial necklace.
The sweet piece is thought to be from British jewellery brand Daniella Draper. It appears that the Duchess of Cambridge is sporting the Personalized Gold Midnight Moon Necklace, which sells for approximately $1,846.
The 9-karat gold moon necklace features a sparkly diamond charm and the front can be personalized with hand engraving. The designs are responsibly made in England.
It is sometimes difficult to see in photos due to the lighting, but Kate's adorable necklace is engraved with the letters, "G," "C" and "L" to represent each of her three children. It also features a trio of stars.
The heartfelt customized piece really popped against her black turtleneck and her beige coat framed it beautifully.
After Kate chatted with new parents and interacted with children in Cardiff, she went to Woking, England to HMP Send, a closed category women's prison. She continued to promote the launch "5 big questions on the under 5s" which will give UK parents the opportunity to sound off on how the next generation should be raised and what their children need.