It can’t be a coincidence: Britain’s Princess Kate, 40, appeared in the United States with an emerald necklace that belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, who died in 1997.
Kate wore the piece of jewelry with her green dress on Friday evening in Boston, on the east coast of the United States, at the award ceremony of the Erchot competition related to the preservation of the climate and the wealth of the earth, which was presented by her husband, Prince William (40 years).
Each year the competition honors initiatives that produce particularly innovative approaches to protecting the climate and the environment.
On the one hand, the necklace studded with green stones was a perfect match for this occasion.
On the other hand, the choice can be understood as an acknowledgment that William and Kate are following in the footsteps of the Queen of Hearts.
Kate has also held the former title of Diana, Princess of Wales, since the death of Queen Elizabeth last September.
Statement of what happened in the United States specifically, where William’s brother, Harry (38 years), and his wife Megan (41 years) have been living for several years is a challenge.
Harry and Meghan separated from the inner circle of the royal family and have remained isolated from the rest of the royal family since that time.
Next week a documentary will appear on Netflix where they explain their point of view.
Harry’s memoirs will be published next January.
The two matters, namely the film and the publication of the memoirs, are considered a settlement with the royal family.
Diana’s two sons compete over who can claim the social legacy of their socially active mother.
A few months ago, William spent a day working on the street selling a magazine for the homeless.
Harry said in an interview that he feels his mother’s spirit has turned to him more than to his brother.