Sophie, Countess of Wessex, has $1.9 million worth of tiaras from Queen Elizabeth II’s vault.

It has been reported that Sophie is Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite royal. Thus, it does not come as a surprise if the Queen loaned her some of the tiaras in her collection.

Prince Edward’s wife has been seen with the Five Aquamarine Tiara, which reportedly costs around $1.3 million, Ailsa Russell, appraiser of Prestige Pawnbrokers, said in Channel 4’s "Posh Pawn" documentary.

The tiara is also called the “Canadian Aquamarine Tiara” after Queen Elizabeth II wore it during a state visit to Canada in 1970. The headpiece is a high sitting tiara with floral and ribbon motifs set with diamonds and large aquamarines.

“It appears incredibly delicate given the size of the stones, each perfectly matched sea blue stone is estimated at around 10 carats,” Russell explained. “This tiara is often assumed to be on permanent loan to the Countess from the Queen, and as a royal favourite, it would possible for this tiara to reach £1 million on the open market today.”

The Countess of Wessex’s other favorite tiara is the Aquamarine Necklace Tiara that has an estimated amount of $6 million. It features diamond set wave motifs with a large oval cut blue-green aquamarine n the center.

“The beautiful piece can also be worn as a necklace, and the Countess of Wessex has worn it as such to many public events,” he added.

The Countess of Wessex debuted the said piece in 2005 and was assumed to be part of his private collections. The piece had been attributed to the famed royal jewelers G. Collins and Sons.

Last month, Sophie received new patronage. The Duke of Edinburgh handed over the patronage of Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to the Countess of Wessex. The royal family made the announcement official on Twitter.

Some netizens were delighted for Prince Edward’s wife as she is an active supporter of the UK industry. In fact, Sophie is the founder and chair of the Women’s Network Forum, an organization dedicated to promoting women’s success in the workplace through best practice sharing and supporting gender equality.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Queen Elizabeth
Sophie, Countess of Wessex (L), laughs as she sits with Queen Elizabeth during the centenary annual meeting of The National Federation Of Women's Institute, at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Britain, June 4, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/pool