Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen’s Funeral

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Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral
Kate and Charlotte Had Matching Accessories at the Queen's Funeral

Princess Charlotte may have just turned four years old, but she is already a style star in the making. And, in addition to her penchant for floral dresses and cardigans, Prince William and Princess Kate‘s daughter is also known to slay the mommy-and-me style game by #twinning with her mama.

George and Louis’ sister Charlotte doesn’t always accompany her parents to royal events, but, when she does, she is just as fashionable as her international style star mum. The mother-daughter duo is often color coordinated with their pretty pastel ensembles, like the blue hues they each wore during their Canadian tour in 2016.

Pink is another go-to for the pair, and they both wore the feminine tone at the 2017 Trooping the Colour. At Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s May 2018 nuptials, the Duchess and her mini-me both sported shades of white, with Kate re-wearing an Alexander McQueen coat and Charlotte rocking her Givenchy bridesmaid dress.

We have no doubt that there will be many more fabulous matchy-matchy moments in the royal family’s future, and we can only hope they continue to play with colors and prints. Perhaps they’ll take notes from the vibrant, rainbow-hued wardrobe of the late Queen Elizabeth II?

In the meantime, we’ll be by oohing and ahhing over all the times she and the Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge have been #twinning with their outfit choices!

Black Brims
The mother-daughter duo wore matching black hats to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September 2022.
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Pastel Paradise
The Duchess wore a pale blue Zara dress to a polo match on June 10, 2018, and Charlotte got the pastel memo, too, in a pink floral frock.
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Icy Blues
Middleton wore an Alexander McQueen dress to the Trooping of Colour while little Charlotte rocked the same hues on June 9, 2018.
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Wedding White
Princess Charlotte, who served as a bridesmaid at Princess Harry’s wedding, wore a white pleated Givenchy dress. Kate followed suit in a matching Alexander McQueen number on May 19, 2018.
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Family Affair in Colors
The whole family went blue when it came to their 2017 Christmas card. 
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Lavender Hued
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a lavender-colored dress, while Princess Charlotte was styled in a rosier hued one on July 21, 2017. 
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Triple Blue Effect
Middleton was photographed with Prince George and Princess Charlotte arriving at Berlin — all three of whom were matching in shades of blue on July 19, 2017.
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Pretty in Pink
During the Trooping the Colour parade in June 17, 2017, the Duchess and the young Princess matched again — this time in hues of pink. 
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Blushing Pink
For Pippa Middleton’s wedding, Kate wore a gorgeous Alexander McQueen dress in a blush hue, while Princess Charlotte wore a white Papa & Co dress that featured a tied sash in the same blush color on May 20, 2017.
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