Duchess Kate Wears Blue Topaz Diamond Necklace and Expensive Earrings for Anzac Day

Kate Middleton adorned herself with luxurious accessories to complete her impeccable look as she stepped out for a photo op alongside her brother-in-law Prince Harry to shut down rumors of a royal riff.

April 25 marks Anzac Day in Australia and New Zealand, in commemoration of the battle of Gallipolli during the First World War and the many soldiers who fought and died for their countries.

To honor the bravery and sacrifice by men of service of the two Commonwealth nations, the Anzac Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving was officiated at London’s Westminster Abbey, with two surprise guests.

The appearance of Harry and Middleton at Westminster Abbey, where they arrived together, all smiles and showing no signs of discomfort toward each other, also served as a PR opportunity for the two to put the rumors of a riff to sleep.

The event counted with the presence of an unexpected royal duo, that of Prince 34-year-old Prince Harry and his 37-year-old sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who arrived together to prove that their friendship is as strong as ever.

British Royal Family watchers and fashion enthusiasts didn’t miss the fashion choices made by the Duchess of Cambridge for the occasion, with some social media users focusing on her rather expensive accessories.

“Kate sporting a clutch and shoes by Emmy London today, £3,500 blue topaz Kiki McDonough classic earrings and a £1,500 Eden necklace in white gold. Her dress is by Catherine Walker and hat by Rosie Olivia,” Daily Mail Royal Correspondent Rebecca English tweeted.

Middleton’s husband, 36-year-old Prince William, second in the line of succession to the throne of England, didn’t attend the service since he traveled to New Zealand to represent the United Kingdom in the Anzac Day events.

Prince Harry had reportedly always wanted to show up at the annual service, but he couldn’t be joined by his wife, 36-year-old Meghan Markle, as she is at the last stage of her pregnancy and is expected to give birth any minute now.

The appearance of Harry and Middleton at Westminster Abbey, where they arrived together, all smiles and showing no signs of discomfort toward each other, also served as a PR opportunity for the two to put the rumors of a riff to sleep.

As Vogue pointed out, the Crown is doubling its efforts to deny the insisting rumors of a feud affecting the “Fabulous Four” as the two sons of late Princess Diana and their respective wives have come to be known.

Harry and Middleton’s joint appearance on Anzac Day happened a few days after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex new home at Frogmore Cottage.

The “Fab Four” reportedly had an intimate reunion on Easter Sunday, April 21, after the religious service, which heavily pregnant Markle couldn’t attend.

According to Honey, it was Middleton who orchestrated the visit with the intention of helping to end the rumors of a distance growing not only between her and Markle, but also between the two brothers.

“Kate is acutely aware of the importance of William and Harry getting along, not just because of perception but their collective responsibility to the monarchy as a whole," a palace source told Mirror.

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