Here’s What Happens to Queen Elizabeth II’s Jewels After Her Death

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Following Queen Elizabeth II's death at the age of 96, the monarch's priceless jewels will likely be given to members of the royal family,

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King Charles III is inheriting more than just Queen Elizabeth II's crown. 

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Following the death of Her Majesty on Sept. 8, the King is now in charge of the Crown Jewels 

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The Queen also leaves a vast personal collection of jewelry, which members of the royal family, 

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Charles now has access to the vast collection of objects that make up the Crown Jewels 

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which the Historic Royal Palaces website notes is comprised of more than 100 objects and contains more than 23,000 gemstones 

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These jewels, including the Sovereign's sceptre with Cross and the Sovereign's orb, are reserved for State Occasions and coronations 

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The two objects were on display, along with the Imperial State Crown 

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