Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday at the age of 96, reportedly modified her will on August 

30 and would have excluded two members of her family: daughter-in-law Meghan Markle and 

daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, her great-granddaughter. Following the news, England was shocked.

The monarch, who had been absent from various public activities to

devote herself to rest, also drew attention to the updated document on her inheritance.

As reported by the International Business Times, the British sovereign made it clear

how her jewelry would be distributed when she was no longer present.

The queen's jewelry, valued at about $110 million, includes brooches, necklaces, earrings, earrings and lavish rings.

Kate Middleton, William's wife, would get most of the inheritance. It is worth remembering 

that it is she who will be queen once her husband becomes king, after Charles of Wales, King Charles III.