King Charles III was crowned at his coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Saturday.
Queen Camilla wore the same diamond necklace that Queen Elizabeth II wore to her coronation.
Kate Middleton honored Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth with her jewelry.
Queen Camilla’s coronation dress featured embroidery meant to evoke the British countryside.
Designed by Bruce Oldfield, Camilla’s white silk dress included embroidery with flowers such as daisy chains, forget-me-nots, celandine, and scarlet pimpernel, “representing the King and Queen Consort’s affection for nature and the British countryside,” a palace statement read, per CNN.
The front hem also featured a rose, thistle, daffodil, and shamrock to represent England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland respectively, according to Women’s Wear Daily.
Camilla wore the same Garrard diamond necklace that Queen Elizabeth II wore to her coronation in 1953.
The necklace, dubbed the Coronation Necklace, was originally gifted to Queen Victoria in 1858, according to the Royal Collection Trust. It is comprised of 25 cushion diamonds and a 22-carat diamond pendant.
Like Camilla’s gown, Kate Middleton’s coronation dress also featured symbolic embroidery.
The Princess of Wales wore a custom Alexander McQueen dress that was embroidered with the national flowers of the United Kingdom: roses for England, thistles for Scotland, shamrocks for Northern Ireland, and daffodils for Wales, the Daily Mail reported.
The Princess of Wales also honored Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth with her jewelry.