Sophie of Wessex is known for her on-point fashion choices, and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor is quickly following suit.
The 17-year-old royal has been pictured several times out and about in recent days, ramping up her royal activities and more than ever beginning to take after her royal mother.
Over the weekend, Lady Louise attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show alongside her parents Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie of Wessex, and her grandmother The Queen.
In the snaps, Louise and her mother walk side-by-side at day three of the event in Home Park.
Sophie looked chic as per in a navy fedora and blazer ensemble. Louise meanwhile wore a blazer along with a pair of wide-legged trousers.
If you cast your minds back, you might remember Sophie being one of the first royals to absolutely nail the humble wide-legged trouser as she delved into non-traditional royal dress at the Royal Ascot in 2019.
At the event, she wore a blue pant-suit featuring wide-legged trousers - and now, Lady Louise appears to be emulating her mother's iconic dress sense.
And that's not the only way Louise is taking after her royal relatives.
At the Horse Show, the teen took part by riding her grandfather Prince Philip's carriage in the Champagne Laurent-Perrier Meet of the British Driving Society.
She and the late royal shared a close bond over their shared love for the Equestrian sports, so it was no doubt a moving moment for the family.
Sophie and Edward share two children, Louise and son James, Viscount Severn, who is 13 years old.
The family are very close with The Queen, residing nearby to Her Majesty's royal residence in Windsor.
It is understood the family have spent a lot of time with her throughout the COVID-19 pandemic when travel and seeing other family members was not permitted.