Kate Middleton Dons Necklace With Kids' Initials to Reveal New Project


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"Seeing her wearing one of my designs was a very proud moment. Everyone in the workshop thinks it's just amazing. It's good morale!"

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In announcing her new initiative to promote early child development, Kate Middleton kept her bundle of joys close.

As reported by PEOPLE, in her video announcement of the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a custom necklace designed by Daniella Draper, available online for $1,400.

Prince George, Prince Charlotte, and Prince Louis, ages 7, 6, and 3, are depicted on this exquisite piece of jewelry.



Since at least last year, Kate has owned the necklace, which she also wore during her tour of the United Kingdom as part of an initiative supporting early childhood development.

During an interview with PEOPLE, Draper said, "The Duchess of Cambridge is an incredible role model - I look up to her as a young woman and a mother. Seeing her wearing one of my designs was a very proud moment. Everyone in the workshop thinks it's just amazing. It's good morale!"

"It's a piece that I designed with myself in mind," she added. "I wear it every day, as does my my mom and sister. It's becoming one of our best sellers and it can be personalized in so many ways."



A couple of Kate's other necklaces also pay homage to her children. She wore a gold necklace adorned with three pendants last year, and at close range, it appears the charms are engraved with G, C, and L.

Meanwhile, the Alphabet Necklace by Daniella Draper, which features the initials of each of her children, was an additional piece Kate wore during her tour of Scotland last month.

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