This Kate Middleton Jewelry Collab Is Back in Celebration of the New Royal Baby

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Updated 04/23/18

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Looking for a way to rock the royal style? Jeweler Claudia Bradby has you covered: Bradby recently released a piece of jewelry in honor of the birth of Kate Middleton and Prince William's third child, inspired by the Duchess of Cambridge herself.

Bradby's design, which she named the Mother & Child necklace, features the same silver charm that then-buyer Kate Middleton commissioned back when she was working for the U.K. fashion retailer, Jigsaw, more than 10 years ago. My, have times changed! Now, the Mother & Child necklace is back again to celebrate the birth of Kate's royal baby, which took place earlier this morning. The necklace includes a pearl charm in either pink, silver or white and costs £95, or $135 for us across the pond.

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“As a mother of three myself, I was so happy for William and Kate when they announced she was expecting again,” Bradby told People. “Ten years on from our collaboration, it seemed a natural evolution to use this same design to celebrate motherhood through this happy event.”

Bradby founded her business in 1999 after her husband, broadcaster Tom Bradby, bought her a piece of jewelry to celebrate the birth of their youngest child, Sam. “I didn’t really like it and it was too generic,” Bradby said. “That was the start of wanting to design jewelry that you could collect, to build your own jewelry wardrobe to suit different occasions and moods.”

Sadly, the pink and white pearl necklace option is currently sold out on Bradby's site—a lot of people want to channel their inner Kate! But fear not: we've put together plenty of guides to help you shop and dress just like the royals while you wait for a restock.

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