Princess Charlotte Will Be Inheriting An Exquisite Family Heirloom From Princess Diana

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, daughter to Prince William and Kate Middleton, is set to inherit a very special heirloom that once famously belonged to her late grandmother, Princess Diana. Born on May 2, 2015, at St Mary’s Hospital in London, Charlotte has already made an impact on England as one of the children in the Cambridge family.

Following her birth, several landmarks were illuminated pink to honor the arrival of Charlotte, including the London Eye and Tower Bridge. There were also salutes at Hyde Park and the Tower of London. Just a few days later, it was announced that Charlotte’s full name was Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, honoring both Diana and the current reigning monarch and her great-grandmother – Queen Elizabeth II.

The young princess is also extremely well known for bearing a remarkable resemblance to her late grandmother, who died in a tragic car accident in Paris in 1997. Although she is still very young, Charlotte has already begun establishing herself as a princess, proving just how adorable yet royal she really is.

Charlotte is the middle child of the Cambridge family, as she has an older brother, Prince George, and a younger brother, Prince Louis. She is also William and Kate’s only daughter, and is currently fourth in line of succession to the throne, following her father and her grandfather, Prince Charles. As an important member of the royal family, Charlotte is now expected to inherit a very special heirloom that once belonged to Diana. Read on to find out more about this little princess and her exciting inheritance.

Establishing Herself As A Princess
As Charlotte continues to grow up, she is showing more and more of her personality. At 6 years old, she is already enjoying life as a princess, and is known for having a fiery yet silly personality. In the summer of 2019, Charlotte was spotted sticking her tongue out at the crowd at The King’s Cup regatta. According to Harper’s Bazaar, the princess also caused quite the stir when she barred photographers from attending Louis’ Christening. Charlotte reportedly said, “You’re not coming!”

While the young princess has shown that she is willing to defend her brothers, she has gotten into a handful of tiffs with them as well. In December 2021, William opened up on an episode of Apple’s “Time To Walk” podcast about what the Cambridge household was really like, and admitted that his kids fight nearly every morning.

According to Yahoo News, he has had to diffuse his fair share of arguments between his kids, most notably between Charlotte and her older brother George, as they have repeatedly argued over which songs they want to listen to in the morning. “Most mornings there’s a massive fight between Charlotte and George as to what song is played,” the Duke of Cambridge said.

Charlotte is also becoming known for bearing a striking resemblance to what Diana once looked like when she was a toddler herself. Back in 2018, a fan account on Instagram posted side-by-side photographs of Charlotte and Diana, and noticed their uncanny resemblance. “Omg double of her nana… what a great young lady she will turn out to be with looks as beautiful as her angel nana,” one Instagram user commented.

A Family Heirloom
Not only does Charlotte look similar to her late grandmother, but she is also set to own the same piece of jewelry that Diana once owned and wore. According to GoodtoKnow, Charlotte is expected to receive the beautiful Spencer Tiara, belonging to the Spencer family.

The tiara is from the 1930s and was designed using pieces of jewelry that the Spencer family owned to create the masterpiece. It was later famously worn by Diana during her wedding to Charles in 1981, and again on other special occasions, including a state dinner in Brisbane, Australia, in 1983. It is currently in possession of Diana’s younger brother, Charles, 9th Earl Spencer, as per GoodtoKnow.

A palace insider said, “William is close with his uncle and has asked if his mother’s namesake tiara can be given to Charlotte someday.” The insider added, “William is quite aware the earl has two daughters of his own, but the two have agreed that Diana’s iconic piece belongs to her first granddaughter.” The tiara is also unlikely to be given to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter Lilibet, as Charlotte was the firstborn daughter of the future king.

Palace insiders also explained that once Charlotte is all grown up, she will have “the pick of the palace jewels” – and two pieces are already set to put aside for her. While Charlotte is expecting to receive the Spencer Tiara, she is also set to inherit the $18.5 million Vladimir Tiara, which was refurbished in the early 1900s with Cambridge emeralds, as per GoodtoKnow. Charlotte is reportedly “giddy with excitement” about inheriting the “treasure.”

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