Fans Think Prince William Gave Kate Middleton a $12,000 Necklace for Their Anniversary

She wore the Asprey Daisy Heritage Pendant in new photos of the couple.

Good morning! In case you hadn't noticed the cute new photos floating around the internet, it's Kate Middleton and Prince William's 10-year wedding anniversary! Feel old yet? Same! Naturally, curious minds want to know what these two got each other for their big day, and royal fans are convinced Prince William threw down for a massively expensive diamond necklace for Kate.

The necklace in question can be seen in the new series of anniversary pics that Kensington Palace posted yesterday on their official Instagram:

According to The Sun, Kate's wearing the Asprey Daisy Heritage Pendant, which costs a cool $12,350. The outlet also notes that we haven't seen the duchess wear this necklace before, prompting speculation that it was a recent gift from William. In case you're in the mood to drop $12,000 to look like Kate:

We don't know eactly how William and Kate are spending their anniversary today, but they looked pretty loved-up during a royal engagement to Manor Farm in Darlington this week to chat about sustainable farming. And by "loved up" I mean they couldn't stop smiling while playing with a fleet of cute baby lambs.

And if you're in the mood for some more nostalgia, might I suggest Kate and William's engagement interview? It's full of remarks about the early days of their relationship, and deets on William's proposal. As he put it, "I had been carrying [the ring] 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. 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."

Mehera Bonner
Entertainment Editor

Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.