Camilla Parker Bowles seems to approve of Princess Diana's taste in jewelry.

The late Princess of Wales was popular for her choice of jewelry. She knew just what to wear for every occasion. Emily Hodgkin, a journalist for Express, noticed the resemblance of the Duchess of Cornwall's accessories to that of Prince Charles' late ex-wife.

The publication shared side-by-side photos of Princess Diana and Camilla where both are wearing similar necklaces. Princess Diana is the pioneer of wearing pearl strand chokers. She actually started the trend in the 1980s.

Princess Diana had seven-strand, three-strand, four-strand and five-strand pearl chokers. The late princess used a sapphire brooch, a wedding gift from Queen, in one of her necklaces.

On the other hand, Camilla was also photographed with a five-strand choker with a pink topaz pendant. It was reportedly a wedding gift from Prince Charles.

The Duchess of Cornwall also owns a three-strand pearl choker with an aquamarine clash which many believe was inspired by Princess Diana's emerald choker. In addition, Camilla's favorite four-strand choker was very similar to the necklace that Prince William and Prince Harry's mom wore at The Victoria and Albert Museum For The Splendours Of The Gonzagas Exhibition Gala in 1981.

According to gemologist Grant Mobley, Princess Diana was fond of pearls, emerald, aquamarine and diamond. He also praised the People's Princess' taste when it comes to jewelry.

"The Princess was very fond of a pearl and diamond bracelet featuring a large emerald cut aquamarine that she was given in her early years as a princess and, after her divorce, she commissioned this matching ring to be made," Mobley explained. "Diana's taste in jewelry was impeccable and the fact that she commissioned this ring to be made is a clear testament to her taste."

In related news, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are expected to inherit Princess Diana's jewelry. In fact, the two duchesses might start wearing it anytime soon.

"It wouldn't surprise me if they kept back the lion's share of jewelry until both of the princes were married so that they could split it," jewelry expert Ella Kay of The Court Jeweller told Good Housekeeping. "Harry hadn't needed it so far but I can imagine them saying, 'We don't want Kate to start wearing it all' because there would be nothing left [for Harry's wife]."

"The royal wills are all sealed," Kay explained. "They're not made public so we don't know who exactly got what or what happened to it."