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What Catherine wore next

In less than 24 hours Kate Middleton will have wed her prince in one of the most anticipated weddings of the last decade.
Obviously, here at RJ Towers we are excited about the dress, the shoes and the vows (apparently Kate won’t be “obeying” William, which I am very pleased about), but what we’re really interested in is the jewellery.

Kate has been pictured driving to her rehearsal yesterday wearing Links of London so we know she’s a classic girl when it comes to her jewellery - obviously that’s not surprising considering her dress sense.

We know that the ring will be Clogau gold, but will it be a simple band or something a bit more experimental?
And then there’s the tiara or not to tiara debate?

Princesses wear tiaras, but the rumours are Kate is keeping things simple so maybe she’ll feel a tiara is too ostentatious.
I like Kate and think she is a perfect Royal wife - not too showy, pretty but not in a threatening way, silently strong - but, and I realise some people will disagree with me here, she has the taste of a 40 year old woman.

So in honour of the royal wedding here are some of British designed pieces of jewellery I wish Kate would wear tomorrow.

This ring could symbolise Eve in the Garden of Eden.

Stephen Webster Murder She Wrote ring

Stephen Webster Murder She Wrote ring

This tiara is a very British piece with its oak leaf motif and designed by a British dame

Vivienne Westwood tiara

Vivienne Westwood tiara

And these earrings, according to Jessica McCormack are symbolic of generosity because “blood is the vital power for our lives”.

Jessica McCormack earrings

Jessica McCormack earrings

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