Pippa Middleton was spotted out and about in London this week, and all eyes were on her gorgeous diamond earrings. The Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister accessorised her outfit with a pair of VanLeles Diamonds' white gold and white diamond Lyla's Bow earrings – which retail for £6,600. Vania Leles – Creative Director and Founder of the bespoke Mayfair jewellers - told HELLO! Online that she was "humbled" that Pippa chose to wear one of her designs. She said: "I am very honoured and delightfully humbled to see one of my creations on such an iconic women; Pippa. She’s the epitome of British elegance."
Pippa's gorgeous diamond earrings from VanLeles Diamonds
It has been an exciting year for Pippa, who is set to become an auntie for the third time after the news of Kate's pregnancy was announced in September. Back in May, meanwhile, she tied the knot with James Matthews, in what was dubbed as "the wedding of the year". Pippa and James exchanged vows in the socialite's hometown in Berkshire. Pippa's nephew and niece, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, had key roles as pageboy and bridesmaid, while big sister Kate added an extra-special touch to the day by drawing a beautiful illustration of St Mark's Church – where they got married – onto the order of service.
Pippa is renowned for her classic sense of style
During their honeymoon in French Polynesia and Australia, Pippa turned heads in a number of stylish ensembles, with her holiday wardrobe costing an estimated £19,000. Pieces included a £425 black ‘Lottie’ bag from Aspinal of London – which she was spotted with while having lunch in Sydney - and a £380 Kate Spade floral dress while eating out at the Flying Fish restaurant, which was accessorised with her 33mm Cartier watch, which cost a staggering £14,500.
While in Darwin, the younger Middleton sister was spotted in a Zara dress from the brand's 2013 collection, which was teamed with French Sole’s tan-hued ‘Glastonbury Gladiator’ sandals. Pippa also knows how to spot a bargain. During her travels, she was also seen in a cool Nike cap, which cost a far more affordable £20.