Kate And Meghan Dazzle In Huge Diamonds At Charles' Birthday Bash
The Prince Of Wales may have held the party but it was his daughters-in-law who shone the brightest.
The royal family have gathered together at Buckingham Palace to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday.
And while celebrating your 70th is a very big deal -- all eyes were (of course) fixated on The Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex to see what they were wearing.
It's a private affair -- so we're unlikely to get any full-body shots of Kate and Meghan's dresses -- but that doesn't mean we still can't drool over their stunning diamond earrings.
From what we can see from the images of the Fab Four driving to-and-from the event, mother-of-three Kate appeared to go for a pop of colour.
Even though the designer behind the dress remains unknown (given we can't see it in it's entirety) that hasn't stopped Kate fans from speculating who might be behind the pretty-in-pink creation.
One person put forward the suggestion that UK designer -- and one of Kate's favourites -- Jenny Packham may have made a custom dress for the night based on the shoulder detail.
But, let's face it, the real showstopper were her diamond drop earrings. JUST LOOK AT THEM.
According to Twitter user and royal fan @Emma4AboutRoyal , Kate's earrings "were first worn on 14 October 2011 for a 100 Women in Hedge Fund dinner."
She also wore them to the BAFTAs in 2017:
Then there was Meghan who seemed to get the memo and also donned a pair of stunning sparklers for the celebration.
As with Kate, we couldn't get a clear idea of exactly what The Duchess wore to the event, but from the images of her riding in the passenger seat beside her husband, Harry, it appears she's gone for a strapless number.
But it's those stunning diamond drop earrings that we're really interested in.
If you think they look familiar, you're right. Meghan wore them for a state dinner during while touring Fiji last month.
That said, who really cares what the pair wore? Those earrings are enough to make sure you don't miss them when they hit the dance floor later in the night.
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