Camilla wore a beloved necklace of Diana that was given to her by the Queen Mother
The Duchess of Cambridge and bride-to-be Meghan Markle both pay homage to the late Princess Diana with the fashion and jewelry choices they make.
As recently as November 2017, Kate Middleton borrowed from the Queen the pearl-and-diamond choker that Princess Diana used to wear, as well as her iconic diamond tiara.
Her diamond-and-sapphire engagement ring was also worn by Princess Diana during her engagement to Prince Charles.
As reported by All Cute All The Time, Markle also borrows from Diana's style, and her white-gold engagement ring includes diamonds that belonged to the late Princess Diana.
Fans of the late Princess seemingly has no problem with Prince William's wife, and Prince Harry's fiance, using and borrowing Diana's jewelry.
However, there was a public outcry when Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was spotted with a beloved piece of jewelry, the $5 million emerald necklace that Prince Charles gave to Princess Diana on their wedding day.
The Duchess of Cornwall wore it as a brooch instead, but that isn't the reason why fans of the Royal Family are outraged.
Many still consider Camilla to be partly responsible for the deterioration of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's marriage. For her to wear Diana's wedding present was the last straw.
All Cute All The Time suggested that perhaps Camilla wore the brooch as 'a way for her to pay a subtle tribute to the woman who came before her.'
Netizens are not convinced. On a post dated July 10, 2016, a Facebook user is known as Julie Beardshaw said that Camilla 'stole Charles from Diana so she's going to want everything that belonged to Diana.'
Another user, Lorna G Witkowski called it a 'kick in the teeth to her sons' and added that 'it's disgusting' because Camilla was 'the cause of her [Diana's] problems in her marriage.'
On the same post, Rosemary McCullagh added that Camilla should not have access to Diana's jewelry, saying she will always be remembered as the woman 'who broke beautiful Diana's heart.'