Lillibet set for Meghan and Princess Diana’s £410k jewellery, claims expert

One of the youngest members of the Royal family could be set to inherit a whopping £410,000 worth of jewellery.

Lilibet, the daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, could be handed her late grandma Princess Diana's precious stash.

According to jewellery expert Maxwell Stone from Steven Stone, the priceless collection could actually be worth around £410,000 – the most expensive part of it is the £150,000 Cartier bracelet previously worn by mum Meghan during her wedding to Prince Harry.

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Mr Stone explained: “Worth £150,000, Meghan’s stunning bracelet is composed of 18K white gold, set with 104 brilliant-cut diamonds totalling 4.50 carats, and 52 baguette-cut diamonds totalling 5.61 carats.

"Worn by Meghan on her wedding day, this would be a heart-warming piece for Lilibet to inherit that she could possibly pair with her own wedding dress in the future.”

There is also a Asprey Aquamarine ring, valued at around £75,000 that the child could one day get her hands on.

Of course, nobody has actually confirmed whether or not she will be getting them, but it is thought that she will have to wait until she is around 18 is she is going to inherit the stash.

Another ring in the collection, according to The Mirror, is a 12 carat oval sapphire surrounded by 14 round diamonds set in 18 karat white gold used by Prince William to propose to Kate Middleton in 2010.

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It was formerly Princess Diana's ring and is estimated to be worth around £390,000.

Speaking about the ring, William once said: “I had been carrying it around with me in my rucksack for about three weeks before that and I literally would not let it go.

“Everywhere I went I was keeping hold of it because I knew this thing if it disappeared I would be in a lot of trouble and because I'd planned it, it went fine.

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“You hear a lot of horror stories about proposing and things going horribly wrong – it went really, really well and I was really pleased she said yes.”

The Daily Star has contacted Meghan and Harry's team for a comment.

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