Kate Middleton wore new £825 necklace 'manifests dreams and brings success' as she dazzled in burgundy suit

Kate topped off the stunning look with a £825 necklace by one of her favourite jewellers Daniella Draper
Kate topped off the stunning look with a £825 necklace by one of her favourite jewellers Daniella Draper

The Princess of Wales completed her stunning look on Thursday with a £825 necklace

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The Princess of Wales appeared to be sharing a message with her outfit choice at her Hampton Court engagement yesterday.

The mother-of-three arrived at her reception for members of the England Wheelchair Rugby League team in an elegant £1,200 Roland Mourey burgundy suit.

Kate topped off the stunning look with a £825 necklace by one of her favourite jewellers Daniella Draper.

The Gold Citrine Baby Treasure necklace includes one of the birthstones for November, which can vary from a pale yellow shade to deep amber, according to the product description.

The glitzy piece of jewellery is said to promote positivity in the life of those it graces.

The website states: “The birthstone for November, citrine assists in manifesting your biggest dreams, bringing in more success and prosperity.”

Kate is a fan of the brand, having previously been spotted wearing two of their gold necklaces, both featuring her children’s initials.

Kate Middleton met the England Wheelchair Rugby League team
Kate Middleton met the England Wheelchair Rugby League team

Daniella Draper, from Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, previously revealed Kate Moss gave her business a lucky break when she was photographed wearing an “armful” of her silver bangles.

A-list stars such as Ed Sheeran, Chloe Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham are among the names seen donning the brand’s gems in the years since.

It comes as Netflix announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s explosive recent series is its second-highest ranked documentary ever.

Harry & Meghan began its release on December 8, in the lead-up to the publication of the duke’s controversial memoir Spare, and saw damaging claims levelled at the royal family throughout six episodes.

Netflix reported its fourth quarter earnings on Thursday and disclosed a gain of 7.7 million subscribers during the October-December period, a stretch that included the debut of an ad-supported option for seven dollars (£5.65) per month.

As defined by cumulative view hours in the first 28 days, it also reported on Wednesday as its third-most popular series ever, Glass Onion its fourth-most popular film and Harry & Meghan its second-most successful documentary series.