Victoria Beckham loves making waves with her bold looks and fashion choices. The socialite makes sure to stay ahead in the fashion game. Victoria attended her son’s wedding in style while wearing a sentimental necklace.

Recently, she took a part of her son Brooklyn’s christening with her to his wedding. The fashion designer repurposed a 21.5 carat pear-shaped diamond gifted to her by husband David on the day of their son’s christening back in 1999. She repurposed the diamond into a jaw-dropping statement necklace.

Victoria wore the beautiful piece of jewellery at his Palm Beach nuptials to Nicola Peltz on Sunday as a heartfelt tribute to her son. Vogue shared the details of the story behind the former Spice Girl’s necklace on Wednesday.

The outlet explained that the diamond now hangs from a French 18 carat yellow gold handmade filigree link guard chain, which she placed around her neck for the big day. The necklace was front and centre of Victoria’s sensational look, which featured a Studio 54-inspired liquid metallic slip dress which she specially designed for the occasion.

According to Vogue, the pendant in the necklace is crafted from a chain which was made circa 1870. It featured an intricate symbol known as a figa, which is a talisman symbol worn to protect against the evil eye, and to bring good luck if given as a gift. You can check out a snap of the neck piece below.

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