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Jill Biden's 'Mama' Necklace Is The Sweetest Family Tribute

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Jill Biden's FLOTUS fashion moments are already making waves, from her Oscar de la Renta election certification night dress to her Markarian inauguration look. But one staple in her wardrobe is starting to get attention. Jill Biden's Super Bowl 2021 'Mama' necklace is a chic and heartwarming addition to her jewelry collection, and it's likely a gift from her children. With this necklace, Biden joins other famous moms, like Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, and Gigi Hadid, who all wear their favorite moniker around their neck.

Biden's necklace reads "Mama" in small block letters, encrusted with pave diamonds, and sits high on her neck. She paired it with a triple-layered pearl necklace and navy separates for her Super Bowl 2021 appearance. The pearls could be seen as a nod to the Vice President Kamala Harris, who makes them a staple in her wardrobe. Harris is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and pearls are one of the organization's most iconic symbols. Perhaps Biden's jewelry was a heartwarming tribute to Harris, as well.

Though the pearls are a new addition, Biden wears her 'Mama' necklace on repeat. Previously, she wore it to Whitman-Walker Health the day after the inauguration, pairing it with her white midi dress and a long strand of layered pearls. She also wore it for an unannounced visit to the U.S. Capitol, dropping off chocolate chip cookies to National Guard members and sharing she's a "National Guard" mom, referencing her late stepson Beau Biden, who was a Delaware Army National Guard member.

Though it took a little sleuthing, thanks to The Adventurine, the necklace has been identified as EF Collection. It retails for $825, so it's a great option if you're looking for a splurge.

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