The Princess of Wales, 41, is known to have a wonderful professional and personal relationship with both Their Majesties King Charles and Queen Camilla. While she never actually met her mother-in-law, Princess Diana, she constantly pays tribute to her at royal events, with the King’s coronation being no exception.
The Princess of Wales honored her mother-in-law by wearing the South Sea Pearl Earrings, which were a favourite of Princess Diana in the 90s. A sweet nod to the stylish princess, the South Sea Pearl Earrings were one of the most photographed pairs of earrings worn by Princess Diana, including her iconic look at the Gala Evening in Aid of Cancer Research at Bridgewater House In London in 1995.
After her tragic passing in 1997, her jewelry was inherited by her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, many pieces of which were later gifted to their wives.
A sign of how sentimental she is, the princess also made a tribute to the late Queen, by wearing one of her beloved pieces, a three-strand diamond necklace known as the George VI Festoon Necklace.
To top the look off, according to WWD, the princess chose a beautifully crafted and specially commissioned headpiece made by milliner Jess Collett in collaboration with Alexander McQueen.