If there's one thing lockdown has brought us, it's more face time with the royal family. Literally. But it's Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge (AKA Kate Middleton) in particular who has been bringing flashes of joy with her and Prince William's weekly Zoom calls with those on the front lines.
From sharing tales about George and Charlotte's home schooling to Prince William eating all the chocolates, the royals' home life has been an unexpected bit of light right now.
Not to mention, giving us a rare peak inside her and William's private country estate Anmer Hall and of course, for fashion fans, a look inside her Zoom wardrobe.
Royal fans have also spotted that Kate has been proudly donning rainbow brights, as a show of support for the NHS.
This week, however, the Duchess happened to channel her sister-in-law Meghan Markle in a bright blue dress while unveiling some of her favourite images, submitted by the public, from her 'Hold Still' photography project with the National Portrait Gallery.
The vivid Stella McCartney design, which the Duchess first wore in 2012, featured a round crew neckline and short sleeves with a mid-length hemline. It was also nearly identical to the Victoria Beckham style Meghan wore on her farewell tour with Prince Harry back in March.
Who could forget that famous picture of Meghan and Harry in the rain under the umbrella at the Endeavour Fund Awards? If you need a reminder, here's the money shot:
While, technically, Kate wore the style first we can't help but think this subtle nod to Meghan is a sign of solidarity between the pair.
This isn't the first time the duo have complemented one another through their sartorial choices, choosing to wearing clashing block colours at the Sussexes' final public engagement as senior members of the royal family:
While we won't be seeing these two style icons reunite in public anytime soon, we can imagine the pair swapping fashion tips on WhatsApp, oh to be a fly on the wall on that group chat.
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