Queen Elizabeth’s royal glow lives on.
Kate Middleton wore a new version of her old favorite evening gown tonight with a rose gold sequined Jenny Packham gown and meaningful royal jewels for Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif’s royal wedding in Jordan.
The 41-year-old Princess of Wales wore the Greville Chandelier Earring, which the Queen Anne gave her as a wedding gift in 1949. She revealed for the first time an important piece of jewelery from Elizabeth’s collection.
Middleton paired dazzling diamonds with Princess Diana’s Lovers’ Knotted Crown as she joined Prince William to greet the royal newlyweds and family members at an evening reception after today’s ceremony.
Her long-sleeved, crystal-embellished dress features slightly puffy sleeves and rhinestone embellishments at the front and waist.
And the Princess clearly loves the look as she wore the same style of forest green on a previous trip to Pakistan in 2019 and the Royal Variety Performance in 2021.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, who also attended today’s royal wedding, coincidentally wore the pink version of the dress last year.
Middleton also added the yellow ribbon and brooch known as the Order of the Royal Family, and donned her blue belt and Maltese cross badge, which she received as Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order.
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Earlier today, Middleton stuck to the same color palette with her powder pink Elie Saab dress for the Jordanian couple’s beautiful outdoor wedding.
To Crown Prince Hussein and Al Saif’s Islamic wedding ceremony known as “katb ketab”, she wore her hair in romantic waves and added daring stone drop earrings for the event.
With so many royal events coming up this month, we can’t help but wonder what the Princess of Wales will pull out of the royal jewelery box next.