Duchess Catherine wore an item of jewellery belonging to Princess Diana to finish her tour of Berlin.
The 35-year-old royal was spotted wearing a beautiful pearl bracelet when she attended a reception at Berlin's Clärchens Ballhaus.
The bracelet was designed by Nigel Milne in 1988 and the late Princess of Wales was pictured wearing it in Hong Kong back in 1989.
London-based jeweller Milne wrote on his website: "I am delighted to see in the national press that the Duchess of Cambridge chose to wear one of her late mother-in-law's favourite pearl and diamond bracelets on the Royal Tour in Germany last week. This is of particular interest to me in that it was designed by me and featured in our 1988/1989 jewellery catalogue.
"In 1988 we decided to produce some jewellery and donate the proceeds from their sales to the charity, BIRTHRIGHT. For personal reasons Cherry and I had become supporters of this charity, Sir George Pinker, Cherry's gynaecologist, being its President and The Princess of Wales its Patron.
"The three items that we chose for our Birthright Collection were a pair of diamond bow and pearl drop earrings, a diamond half eternity ring and a three row pearl bracelet with diamond and pearl spacers and clasp. This is the bracelet that Princess Diana wore on several occasions including at the Birthright Ball in 1989 and with her iconic Catherine Walker 'Elvis' dress in Hong Kong and has now been seen adorning the Duchess of Cambridge!"
Milne went on to praise Princess Diana - who died in August 1997 - for being a "wonderful inspiration" to jewellers everywhere.
He added: "This look was very typical of the style of jewellery that we were making at that time. The Princess of Wales was the most wonderful inspiration for us jewellers in that she wore her jewellery with such style and panache. The choker necklaces that she used to wear spawned a whole fashion revival for this Edwardian look and I designed many variations on the theme and we sold quantities thanks to her!"