Duchess Kate Middleton's gorgeous 'push present' debuted at Wimbledon
Duchess Kate Middleton, ever the tennis lover, made her 2018 Wimbledon debut at this past weekend's games. On Saturday, she arrived alongside her new sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex for a girls date. And on Sunday, the mom-of-three returned alongside husband Prince William, this time debuting a gorgeous piece of jewelry on her right hand.
Paired with a bold yellow Dolce & Gabbana dress was a massive citrine ring on her ring finger. According to reports, the Duchess of Cambridge was gifted the piece by Prince William following Prince Louis' birth in late April.
She was seen sporting the gorgeous ring at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May nuptials -- though we only got a closer look at the jewelry at Sunday's sporting event:
Kate has also received jewelry of equal proportion following the births of her older children. Following Prince George's birth in 2013, the royal reportedly received an eternity band to pair with her engagement ring. And after Princess Charlotte's birth in 2015, Duchess Kate was said to have been gifted a pair of green tourmaline and diamond earrings, custom designed by jewelry maker Kiki McDonough.
From her engagement ring to these push presents, it's safe to say that Prince William sure knows how to pick them.
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