Duchess of Cambridge’s go-to jewellery brand has designed a lovely necklace to support the NHS

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  • Missoma, one the Duchess of Cambridge's go-to jewellery brands, has designed a lovely necklace to support the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The stylish accessory brand counts many famous faces among its clients – including the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan Markle, and Holly Willoughby.

    And now they’re lending a helping hand to the NHS, with their gorgeous new Round of Applause necklace.

    The classic gold pendant has been specially engraved with clapping hands on the front, in a homage to the weekly tribute the country has been paying to the NHS workers on the frontline.

    But the necklace is providing more than just another beautiful tribute – 100% of profits will be donated to the NHS.

    SHOP NOW: NHS Round of applause necklace, £105, Missoma

    Just a few weeks ago when the Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William to visit NHS workers, Catherine wore the brand’s gorgeous gold hoops to accessorise her pink M&S suit.

    Catherine wearing Missoma’s gold molten hoops (Credit: NHS)


    SHOP NOW: Gold small molten hoops, £65, Missoma

    And Catherine isn’t the only one in the royal family who’s a fan of Missoma – Meghan has been spotted numerous times wearing their jewellery.

    One of the most famous pieces she often wears is the Interstellar ring, which she usually pairs with other stackable rings for a very cool look.

    Meghan wore her Missoma ring in a visit to Edinburgh in 2018 (Credit: Getty Images)

    SHOP NOW: Interstellar ring, £45, Missoma

    READ MORE: These are the fashion brands making significant efforts to help during Covid-19

    Missoma is joining many other companies who are doing their best to help during the crisis brought on by COVID-19 – which has provided us with plenty of good news to keep us going!

    Beauty brands have been at forefront by giving health workers free hand cream and donating products to beauty banks.

    Some like Garnier have even gone as far as halting production of bestselling products to produce 300,000 bottles of hand sanitiser gel, which will be donated to essential retail staff working on the front line.

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