Who gets Queen Elizabeth II's jewels?

Who gets Queen Elizabeth II's jewels?

Queen Elizabeth II left behind a massive collection of jewels, tiaras and brooches when she passed away.

As King Charles III inherited the new title, he is likely to acquire her extensive jewel collection.

Some of the items are expected to remain part of the Crown Jewels on display at the Tower of London.

Meanwhile, the Queen's private collection worth millions of dollars is expected to be passed down to members of the royal family.

It comprises family heirlooms, gifts and items purchased by the Queen herself.

One of the most popular and probably the most expensive items the Queen owned is her brooch named Queen’s Chips.

It is reportedly worth more than $100 million, featuring two mammoth diamonds.

Princess Diana's sapphire engagement ring, which is now worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, is now worth $500,000.

Reports say Charles' wife Camilla will receive the Kohinoor Crown, which is said to be worth between $10 and $12.7 billion.