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Fashion Goddesses: Kate Follows Queen Elizabeth’s Footsteps

Although 55 years and two generations apart, Catherine, duchess of Cambridge shares her husband’s grandmother’s sense of timeless fashion sense. From one-shoulder evening gown to summer outfit, the duchess looks on the queen for her inspiration. Report by the Mirror.

Although the duchess’ is fake (animal welfare, remember!) while the 
queen’s is real, still the royal ladies look classy.  

For visit works, both the queen and the duchess have their protection in mind. 

Queen Elizabeth II and the duchess of Cambridge look glamorous in black evening dress. 

It’s been smart of the queen and the duchess to wear blue and white skirt and top. 

In bow waistband attire. 

Belted coat is a perennial favorite, both of the queen and the duchess. 

The royals go country: Queen and duchess go for outdoor look. 

The queen and the duchess rock in rodeo look. 

Queen Elizabeth and the duchess of Cambridge each wearing embroidered 
evening gown.

The queen and the duchess on one-shoulder evening dress.

In waistband dress.

Queen Elizabeth and the duchess of Cambridge shine in yellow. 


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