Queen Consort Camilla brings back brooch from William and Kates wedding

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Camilla Parker Bowles is showing off some sentimental sparkle.

The Queen Consort is visiting Germany this week with King Charles III for their first overseas royal tour since Queen Elizabeth II’s death last September, and Camilla brought back a diamond brooch that has a special connection to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding.

Wearing a brown wool coat, the 75-year-old royal arrived at Berlin’s Wittenbergplatz square to greet members of the public with King Charles, 74.

She added a clover-design brooch pinned to her coat, which was the same one she wore to the 2011 royal wedding.

Maxwell Stone, Creative Director of Steven Stone Jewelers, told Page Six Style that the “symbolic and touching” piece is a Van Cleef & Arpels design from the luxury jeweler’s Cosmos collection.

On the wedding day, Camilla added a second, smaller brooch in the same design under the larger piece she wore today, pinning both on a duck egg blue coat.

“The brooch appears to be a combination of a four leaf clover and a flower,” Stone said, adding that the four leaves of a clover “symbolize faith, hope, love and luck” which is an especially meaningful choice during her German visit.

The jewelry expert — who said he’d “estimate the brooch to be worth $19,000” — continued that the royal couple “are hoping to strengthen the relationship between the UK and Germany post-Brexit” during their trip.

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This is the second time the Queen Consort has worn symbolic diamonds while on the German tour.

Last night, she sported the Greville tiara along with Queen Elizabeth’s diamond fringe necklace, a piece that the late queen received as a wedding gift in 1947.

We’re hoping for some more exciting royal jewels to make an appearance as the King and Queen Consort’s royal tour continues through tomorrow.

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