Kate Middleton's All-Blue Outfit Is Nearly Identical To Princess Diana's Look From The '90s — See Photos
Kate Middleton is taking fashion cues from Princess Diana!
While in Scotland with her husband, Prince William, the mom-of-three, 39, sported a blue Zara blazer with a pleated skirt, which looked very similar to an outfit Princess Diana donned while visiting The Queen’s Medical Center in Nottingham, England, in 1992.
The only difference between the two outfits was that Diana wore matching blue heels, while Kate opted for a pair of beige shoes that matched her clutch.
This is hardly the first time Kate has copied Diana's look.
In March, Kate posted a photo of herself while promoting her new book, Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020.
In the snap, Kate — who wore a red sweater with a white collar popping out — smiled as she held a camera in her hand.
Diana wore the pie-crust collar trend in the '80s, and Kate has been known to wear the style while out and about.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry's wife, Meghan Markle, has also honored Princess Diana over the years.
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Most recently, the actress, 39, didn't attend Global Citizen’s VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World in person, but when she made a cameo, fans noticed she wore a watch that once belonged to the late princess.
The accessory — which costs around $25,000 — was given to Prince William after the death of his mother, but he eventually passed it down to his little brother, Harry.
Prior to that, Meghan also wore Diana's bracelet — the same one that the red-headed royal removed stones from to make his future wife's engagement ring — when speaking to Oprah Winfrey in an interview that aired on March 7.
"They wanted to wear the bracelet to have (Harry's) mother there with them during the interview," Meghan's spokesperson said at the time.
On Friday, May 21, William spoke about his late mother. "In short, Scotland is the source of some of my happiest memories. But also, my saddest," he revealed. "I was in Balmoral when I was told that my mother had died. Still in shock, I found sanctuary in the service at Crathie Kirk that very morning. And in the dark days of grief that followed, I found comfort and solace in the Scottish outdoors. As a result, the connection I feel to Scotland will forever run deep."