Kate Middleton will soon be married to the future King of England, but for now, she can add jewelry designer to her list of achievements.
The gorgeous Brit teamed with jeweler Claudia Bradby back in 2007 when she worked for British retailer Junior Jigsaw as an accessories buyer.
The silver pendant was intended for the teen crowd, but is being re-released with a longer chain to
make a quick buck "commemorate the royal engagement."
“Kate was very clear in what she wanted. She wanted a very simple bean pendant that a mother and daughter could both wear together. It was completely her initiative because she thought there was a gap in the market for something real and sophisticated, that had longevity for that age group.
She is a classy girl and I genuinely remember thinking that William was very lucky to be going out with her – I thought she would be a huge asset to the royal family one day.”
The silver bean pendant with rose quartz and pink freshwater pearl charm is priced at $73.
What do U think of the necklace? Would U wear it?
[Kate image via Anwar Hussein/WENN.]
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