The opening show of this week is set to feature some of the biggest names in the UK diamond industry, including William and Kate’s jewellery brand.

It is the start of a new era for the brand, with its name changing from William and Keziah to William and William’s, and its business being boosted by a new partnership with diamond giant William Jewellers, which will see its brands across its entire portfolio of jewellery products.

The brand is set for a strong first quarter, with a significant number of sales expected to be booked by the end of the month, with the focus now shifting to sales in the third quarter of the year.

The company’s first-half sales for the first quarter of this year are expected to reach £6.2bn, with growth expected to continue into the second half of the financial year.

As well as sales from William & Kate’s brand, William & Kate, which is a subsidiary of the William andKate Group, is also a key investor in the jewellery companies which it is also investing in.

William &amp.; Kate is the world’s largest diamond retailer and has been the market leader for a number of years.

Its UK and international jewellery business includes William Jewellery, which owns jewellery brands like the William &neth Jewelers brand, and the William Jewels in China and the UK, which are part of the Chinese Diamond Group.

William Jewels, which has more than 300 stores across the UK and the United States, was the third-largest retail jewellery company in the world for the quarter ended March 31, with sales of £2.8bn.

William and Kate, a leading jewellery maker and jewellery provider to the UK government, is a wholly owned subsidiary of William Jewells, which was formed in 1997.

William’s jewellers have been a major supplier of diamonds and gemstones to the diamond industry for over 100 years, providing services to both domestic and international customers.

Its UK and overseas operations are headquartered in Sheffield and Birmingham, with an expansion plan in the US and Europe.

In a statement, William Jewelling said: “This is a significant day for William Jeweller.

The new partnership will allow the company to invest in the diamond sector.

It will enable the company’s diamond portfolio to grow and improve while maintaining a strong presence in the marketplace.”

William Jewells said that the investment was expected to generate around £2bn in sales for William &&Kate in the first half of next year, while further expansion was also expected.

William&”Kate will also benefit from a new deal with diamond group William Jewelers, with this new venture set to add around 200 new jobs.

The new partnership is expected to create more than 600 new jobs, with over 200 of them in the supply chain, and will also boost the brand’s business.

William, Kate and William Jewelled are all part of a global diamond network which includes companies like Goldsmiths, Tiffany and Co., which are the only companies in the industry that have an international presence.