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Kate Middleton wore gold brooch borrowed from the Queen for St Patrick's Day Parade
Kate Middleton wore gold brooch borrowed from the Queen for St Patrick's Day ParadeThe Queen Mother also wore the gold Cartier Irish Guards brooch in 2000 for the Irish Guards Centenary service18:07, 17 MAR 2014Borrowed: The Queen Mother wore the same brooch in 2000 (Photo: PA) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailKate Middleton borrowed a gold brooch from the Queen for her guest appearance at the St Patrick's Day Parade today.Looking stunning in head to toe green for the celebration at the Irish Guards barracks in Aldershot, Hampshire, the Duchess of Cambridge wore the gold Cartier Irish Guards brooch with pride.The Royal Family heirloom was also worn by the Queen Mother in 2000 when she attended the Irish Guards Centenary service.Kate and Prince William were guests of honour at the Mons Barracks, and the Duchess stole the show as she handed out 300 shamrocks to the troops.She even enjoyed a drink with her husband as they made the toast in the officer's mess rose gold fake cartier love ring, having been pregnant last year for the same event.But it seems the pair aren't planning on having any more children just yet, and William told a former regimental sergeant major "one is enough at the moment", when asked about any future family plans.The brooch isn't the only piece of jewellery Kate has borrowed from the Queen replica cartier love bracelet gold plated.She might not be short of a bob or two but it doesn't stop her borrowing items from her Royal relatives' jewellery boxes.For her first official engagement of the year Kate, 32, was loaned a Cartier necklace from the Queen.The diamond piece was a wedding present from the Nizam of Hyderabad, who was a king in India, and finished the future queen's outfit at the National Portrait Gallery perfectly.And here are some more:The engagement ring Prince William proposed to Kate with during a trip to Kenya in October 2010 is famously a hand me down from his late mum, Princess Diana.The 18 carat sapphire and diamond stunner was chosen by Diana, who died in 1997, after her engagement to Prince Charles in 1981 and cost it was one of a series of pieces presented to Diana by jewellers Garrard love bangle replica.Speaking of choosing the ring for Kate, William said: "It is very special to me. It was my way to make sure my mother did not miss out on today and the excitement that we are going to spend the rest of our lives together.".