Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has long been one of our fave style inspirations (did you see her rocking those cropped sailor pants?), and now that she has her own mini-me in Princess Charlotte, it’s been twice the fun, especially when the two decide to match.
The Royals, Queen Elizabeth II included, made their way out onto the Buckingham Palace balcony today as part of the yearly Trooping of the Colour festivities which belatedly celebrate the Queen’s birthday with an extravagant parade (she turned 91 on April 21).
Still, it was Middleton and Princess Charlotte who stole the show in perfectly paired pink ensembles. The Duchess’s two-year-old lookalike sucked on her thumb and waved to spectators, looking stylish in a pink patterned dress, white socks, and dark berry Mary Janes that matched her mother’s, who was elegant in a pink long-sleeved Alexander McQueen dress with a pleated skirt topped off with a Jane Taylor hat.
They weren’t the only “twins” in attendance, either: Prince George, who was equally adorable in a pair of tiny red suspenders, had his own twinning moment with dad Prince William, as he channeled the elder Royal’s own baby photos while watching the Royal Air Force airshow.
As these two take on more and more of their beloved parents’ traits, we can’t wait to see them grow.
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(h/t People; Photos via Chris Jackson/Getty)