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How the Royal Family Will Divide Queen Elizabeth's Private Jewelry Collection

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Queen Elizabeth II's private jewelry collection is not up for grabs, per se. There's a pecking order, and it likely starts with Camilla, Queen Consort.In an interview with ET, royal expert Katie Nicholl dished details on how Her Majesty's private jewelry collection will be divided among the royal family.«There is a hierarchy in all of this,» Nicholl said. «The Queen Consort, really, gets first choice of the queen's jewelry.

And after that is Princess of Wales, of course, Kate [Middleton]. The Duchess of Sussex, I'm sure, will come in for some jewelry at some point, but she is much further down the pecking order.»It should be noted that the crown jewels — along with things like the Imperial State Crown as well as certain royal residences — belong to the nation, not the individuals themselves.

The queen's private collection is another matter entirely.«The key difference between the crown jewels and the queen's private collection is that the private collection we know much less about,» Nicholl explained. «These are gifts that are given to the queen over her reign but the crown jewels belong to the monarch.

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