The Queen’s most expensive necklace is made of 50 diamonds and was created in 1935.
According to a storey, British Queen Elizabeth II authorised her granddaughter-in-law Kate Middleton to wear her most expensive jewellery to an occasion in 2014.
The Duchess of Cambridge was the first royal to wear Queen Elizabeth’s diamond necklace, which she received as a wedding present in 1947.
On her wedding day, the Nizam of Hyderabad presented Queen Elizabeth II with a diamond necklace valued £70 million.
This diamond necklace is the most valuable jewel in the Queen’s collection.
According to the Express UK, Kate Middleton was the lucky royal to wear this necklace to an event at the National Portrait Gallery in February 2014.
Cartier created the Queen’s most expensive necklace, which contains 50 diamonds, in 1935.
On April 29, 2011, Kate Middleton, 39, married Prince William, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth.