Kate Middleton just met her style twin in Denmark - her host Crown Princess Mary, who, with her bouncy blow dry and smart pointed pumps, made a very harmonious match indeed with the Duchess. The pair met this morning at Christian IX's Palace, and looked remarkably compatible in their elegant dress coats, pearl earrings and black leather gloves.
Middleton's double-breasted grey number was from one of her favourite brands - Catherine Walker - while she actually rewore her jewellery from yesterday (a pearl necklace from Monica Vinader, and a pair of pearl-embellished hoop earrings from Maria Black, a jewellery designer from Denmark). She carried one of her most reliable handbags - Mulberry's Amberley Satchel - while her companion favoured an under-the-arm clutch.
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The similarities between the pair's style have been well-documented. They both favour long-sleeved printed dresses for slightly more informal duties, subtle pearl jewellery that's not too distracting and, of course, classic court heels.
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The Queen's 50-year anniversary as monarch saw the royal family gather at Roskilde. Crown Princess Mary proved that a cape still has its place in the royal wardrobe, layering a wool version with pearls and leather gloves.
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik, along with their children, Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. The occasion was their eldest son's confirmation service in Fredensborg, Denmark.
For a visit to the heart surgery unit of Denmark's Rigshospitalet, Crown Princess Mary stunned in a spectrum of blues: a velvet blazer in navy, a buckle-neck blouse in duck egg and a pair of drop earrings in powder.
Arriving with her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary wore a powdery pink gown to the Crown Prince Culture Ward Show.
During a visit to Texas, Crown Princess Mary wore a teal silk gown for a dinner at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Earlier in the day for a meeting at Houston City Hall, Crown Princess Mary wore a playfully printed dress.
In Rome, Crown Princess Mary wore a slightly less formal shirt dress of floral ruffles to visit Bambin Gesu, a paediatric hospital.
For the gala banquet to celebrate her husband's 50th birthday at the Christiansborg Palace Chapel, Crown Princess Mary wore a tiered gown that looked very similar to one worn by Kate Middleton.
Earlier in the day to wave from the balcony, she wore this pretty frock of pink and blue embroidery.
For a visit in Tasmania, Australia, she wore the off-duty combination of a white button-down, a pair of beige chinos and riding-style boots.
Crown Princess Mary's favourite tiara is the Ruby Parure, a piece of royal jewellery whose history stretches back to the days of Napoleon Bonaparte.
When she wed in 2004, Crown Princess Mary's wedding dress was designed by Uffe Frank - and had the kind of neckline, an elegant swoop from shoulder to shoulder, that has drawn comparisons to Meghan Markle.