When the Royal family does anything social — from a star-studded event to a long-awaited wedding, everyone wants to know every detail. And one of the biggest questions the people want answered is, what fabulous jewels will the Royal family wear for the occasion? When Kate Middleton was preparing to walk down the aisle in 2011, everyone wanted to know which tiara she’d pick from the vault. The same thing happened with Meghan Markle’s big day. Without fail, the Royal family always brings the bling.
From pristine engagement rings to priceless brooches, the Royal family’s collection of jewelry is stunning — and the prices are staggering. One of the most popular, and possibly the most expensive, is Queen Elizabeth’s legendary brooch, called the “Queen’s Chips.” It’s reportedly worth more that $100 million, and features two humongous diamonds. And while many fans are familiar with Granny’s Chips, they don’t know the price tag on many beloved jewels in the Royal Vault.
There’s so much history in each piece in the Royal vault, most of which dates back over 100 years. Many of the jewels have been gifts to Queen Elizabeth, and she’s gifted them for many of her family’s big days.
From stunning tiaras to elaborate necklaces, check out some of the most expensive pieces of jewelry from the Royal family.