Prince Philip once designed a bracelet with stones from his mother's tiara as his wedding present to the Queen
- The royal family said in a tweet on Wednesday that Prince Philip "had an interest in design."
- He once used jewels from his mother's tiara to create a bracelet for his wife as a wedding present.
- Kate Middleton has seemingly worn the jewelry in more recent years.
-The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 14, 2021The Queen has worn the cuff to various royal events and in some portrait images.
In more recent years, the accessory has seemingly been passed over to Kate Middleton. She wore the bracelet on her left wrist during her first state banquet in October 2015.Popsugar previously reported she paired the cuff with diamond drop earrings and the Lotus Flower tiara at the time.
Philip died at the age of 99 on Friday. In a statement obtained by Insider, Buckingham Palace said he "passed away peacefully" at Windsor Castle.Insider's Mikhaila Friel reported at the time he was hospitalized earlier this year at King Edward VII's Hospital in London for four weeks.
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