As heir to the throne, the new Prince of Wales, Prince William, gets the best of the best. He and his family had front-row seats at his grandmother’s funeral, after all, while Prince Harry was relegated to the second row. It’s worth noting that this seat, behind King Charles III, actually extended the Duke of Sussex an unexpected honor.
Concerning the drool-worthy collection of jewelry now up for grabs following the Queen’s death, it’s the Princess of Wales and another senior royal who stand to inherit most of it. As Editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine Ingrid Seward told the Daily Mail, the Queen likely designated who should get which piece long before her passing at the age of 96. «I imagine Her late Majesty’s personal jewelry will be given to various members of her family,» she said, adding that Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles will receive «the lion’s share.»
Indeed, the woman who was once an outcast in Britain now stands to inherit many millions of dollars worth of gems (via Vanity Fair). Seward explained, «There are pieces which will remain for use of the reigning monarch’s wife — in this case Camilla. She will need a large collection to support her constitutional role.»