With an engagement ring as big and bold as hers, we’ve rarely gotten a glimpse of the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding ring.
Until that is, she popped to Northolt School recently when we noticed not only her wedding ring, but a third slim band appear on her ring finger.
The classic band, worn above her engagement ring, is rumoured to be an eternity ring, gifted to her by Prince William traditionally given to mothers by fathers on the birth of a child.
Along with the new ring, she was also wearing a new £3,800 Cartier watch featuring a sapphire, thought to be a present for either Christmas or her birthday in January.
And it isn’t just William who’s been feeling generous - Kate’s sister Pippa has also given her a special gift in the form of a personal necklace.
Kate was recently spotted on a shopping trip to her favourite high street store Zara wearing a personalised gold charm necklace which Pippa had made for her from Merci Maman.
Dubbed the ‘Duchess’, the hand-crafted, hand-engraved necklace features a circular medallion with the baby’s name on it, along with a heart charm engraved with the letter ‘W’ for her husband.
At £89, the necklace is far below the value of the jewels Kate’s used to wearing. With her Australian tour looming, she has been invited to choose pieces of priceless jewellery from the Queen’s personal collection and she recently borrowed the Nizam of Hyderabad necklace – a wedding present given to the Queen in 1947 which boasts 38 diamonds - to wear to the Portrait Gala earlier this month.
But who needs the Queen’s jewels when she’s already building her own impressive collection?