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Seeing double! All the times Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has twinned with Crown Princess Mary

These future queens are the epitome of class.

By Alex Lilly
As the respective future Queens of the UK and Denmark, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Crown Princess Mary have a fair bit in common.
One may have grown up in the English countryside and another in picturesque Tasmania, but Kate Middleton and Mary Donaldson were just normal young women before meeting their princes and joining two of the most recognisable royal families in the world.
Regardless of their royal romances, both Catherine and Mary have some spookily similar physical features as well.
These athletic brunettes are also two of the world's biggest style icons, making everything they wear look effortlessly chic, whether they're dressed in a ballgown for a gala or donning their activewear for a charitable cause.
In fact, the late Karl Lagerfeld, who was the creative director of Chanel, reportedly dubbed them the "Royal Sisters" due to their similar style.
Turns out he may have had a point, because these two royals seem to have been taking style inspiration from one another for years.
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From matching designer Jenny Packham gowns to tartan skirts, we've seen the royals take style cues from one another on numerous occasions.
Keep scrolling to see the times Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Crown Princess Mary twinned.

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