Camilla Parker Bowles is fond of giving link charm bracelets as gifts.

According to Ainhoa Barcelona, a journalist for Hello!, the Duchess of Cornwall gave Kate Middleton a gold link charm bracelet that features a disc engraved with both of their monograms. On one side is a "C" for Catherine and a coronet, while on the other side is a "C" for Camilla and a crown.

The Duchess of Cambridge was first seen wearing it in June 2011. She showcased it during a visit to Windsor with Prince William. Then she stepped out and wore it again two days later for a polo match.

Camilla also gave Prince Charles a similar present. In fact, Princess Diana confessed that it ruined their honeymoon because it was delivered to him at that time.

"And on our honeymoon, cufflinks arrive on his wrists. Two C's entwined like the Chanel 'C'. Got it. One knew exactly," Princess Diana said. "So I said 'Camilla gave you those didn't she?' He said 'Yes, so what's wrong? They're a present from a friend."

"And boy, did we have a row. Jealousy, total jealousy. And it was such a good idea the two 'C's but it wasn't that clever," she added.

Many are wondering if Meghan Markle received the same present from her mother-in-law. According to the publication, it is likely possible. However, the Duchess of Sussex has not yet been seen with it.

Meanwhile, Camilla and Middleton reportedly had a rift because the former didn't approve of the latter for Prince William. The Duchess of Cornwall apparently wanted the two to split and even asked Prince Charles to advise his son to leave Middleton.

When Prince William and Middleton briefly split years ago, Camilla was reportedly relieved and deemed the move wise. However, the two got back with each other after just a few months later. According to Middleton, it was not the happiest time for her, but it definitely helped her to become stronger.

However, royal insiders have denied that Camilla and Middleton ever had an alleged rift. The two duchesses have reportedly always shared a warm relationship.

"This sounds like a fake story with no basis of truth," former royal butler Grant Harrold said. "The family I know are very close and all have a good relationship with each other as we have seen in all the joint engagements they do on a regular basis."