The Meanings Behind Each Of Kate Middleton’s Brooches

This is just one among many brooches that pay tribute to the military that Kate owns. Another memorable piece is the Dacre brooch, which is worn in her official role as Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadets. She wore one of them at the 2018’s RAF centenary celebrations.

Just like any granddaughter-in-law, Kate also has loaned a number of pieces from the Queen, including the gorgeous New Zealand Silver Fern Brooch for her visit to the country in 2014.

Any time when the Duchess goes on a visit to Canada, she wears the Queen’s diamond Maple Leaf Brooch, which she also loans. A great way to pay tribute to the country she is visiting.

Kate Middleton owns a Celtic brooch that is rumoured to be a wedding gift to her from Prince William. It might be as the couple first met in Scotland, lending some significance behind the gift. She has only been seen wearing it once, during a visit to Strathearn in 2014.

One other brooch that the Duchess loves is the Five Pearl Brooch, often times wearing it on formal occasions, such as the Last Post ceremony at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission in Ypres, Belgium in 2017, and again at 2018s Easter Sunday Service, among others.

Another of the Duchess’ important military pins is the Royal Navy Submarine Service Brooch, which was given to her as a wedding gift. She memorably wore it with a stunning Alexander McQueen outfit during the river pageant for the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations in 2012.

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