It seems that the Duchess of Sussex is quite the trendsetter, even for other members of the royal family! Her step mother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall, was spotted taking some cues from the 37-year-old's wardrobe while on duty on Wednesday.
For the outing, Camilla paid a visit to the Jewish Care's Brenner Centre in London to celebrate its 80th anniversary with its residents and staff. The 71-year-old royal showed off her dance moves with the Hava Nagila at the Jewish centre, but it was her accessory of choice that had people talking.
To match her forest green skirt and blazer, Camilla opted for DeMellier London's Mini Venice purse in a matching green hue. In fact, it seems that Meghan owns the same exact tasselled handbag, which she's showed off at a handful of royal engagements, and most recently in Cardiff in January of last year.
The leather handbag features an adjustable strap and simple gold hardware.
Not only stylish, but DeMellier is socially conscious as well. The brand reportedly pays for life-saving vaccines for children in need -- and has donated more than 45,000 in the past five years.
It seems the Meghan Effect is very much real -- and it's hit her in-laws.