As ‘commoners’ who married an heir to throne, parallels between the Princess of Wales and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark have been inevitable.
Both transitioned into their roles as royals and mothers with grace and ease and have garnered a multitude of fans in their respective nations.
The brunette beauties have also mirrored each other’s style and were dubbed the unofficial ‘royal sisters’ by the late Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld.
Even on Monday in the heat of the South Pacific, the Crown Princess chose an outfit reminiscent of one previously worn by the Kate, in this case a long belted dress accentuating the waist with broad floral design in rich shades of blue.
Princesses Kate and Mary were style ‘sisters’ once again on Monday when Mary (right) wore a rich floral design as she visited the South Pacific island of Vanuata. Kate was seen in a dress with the same style of broad motif in a simllarly vibrant blue on a visit to Sweden in January 2018
Mary was pictured as she visited Vanuata which, like other Pacific islands, is affected by climate change, with rising sea levels and an increase in severe weather.
Kate had worn the Erdem dress pictured on a visit to Sweden in January 2018.
They were ‘sisters’ once again earlier this year, when Kate’s visited Liverpool with Prince William in January. For the couple’s first official engagement after the release of Harry’s explosive memoir, Spare, she wore an elegant longline tartan coat from Holland Cooper.
The Princess of Wales, 41, and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 51, have a shared sense of style – clearly illustrated by these tartan coats
The look was highly reminiscent of a Baum und Pferdgarten black watch check coat worn by Princess Mary in 2019 while on tour in Texas, which at the time was noted for its similarity to tartan outfits previously worn by the Princess of Wales and Meghan Markle.
The princesses have even worn the same dress to their royal engagements, with Kate opting for the same Beulah blue collared dress to meet NHS staff in 2020 that Mary wore to Indonesia in 2019.
The pair have even been spotted wearing the same dress, both wearing a Beaulah dress in a different colour
Kate wore a black Alessandra Rich polka dot dress and matching hat to Prince Philip’s memorial in 2022. Princess Mary also opted a for polka dot dress by Carolina Herrera to visit Milan. Kate met William at University of St Andrews, while Princess Mary met Crown Prince Frederik in a pub in Sydney
The stylish pair opted for the same blue collared dress, again by Beulah, worn by Mary in 2019 and Kate in 2020
Kate (pictured in Manchester) and Mary (pictured at Copenhagen Zoo) have enjoyed each other’s company on royal visits since their first meeting in 2011. Their coats here are remarkably similar with Kate in Erdem and Mary in Hobbs
Australian-born Mary is seen here during a trip to Vietnam wearing a Temperley London gown. Meanwhile, Kate wore a similar lace Alexander McQueen dress to Royal Ascot in 2017
The princesses both opted for similar winter ensembles when Kate visited Scarborough and Mary visited the tomb of Frederick IX at Roskilde Cathedral last year
The ‘royal sisters’ both sported similar burgundy jumpers, showing their matching sense of style, with Kate’s version from Warehouse
Kate wore a red blazer with a black roll neck to meet RAF air cadets in 2017 and Mary wore a similar blazer from one of Kate’s favourite brands, Alexander McQueen last year
The pair both stunned in another Beulah number, with Kate wearing the pink flowing summer dress for Wimbledon in 2021 while Mary wore the cream version for an exhibition opening at Frederiksborg Castle in 2020.
Kate, 41, and Mary, 51, have enjoyed each other’s company on royal visits since their first meeting in 2011 when they met for a private lunch at Copenhagen’s Amelienborg Castle.
While Kate met William when the pair were studying History of Art at University of St Andrews, Australian-born Princess Mary met husband Crown Prince Frederik in a pub in Sydney while he was visiting for the 2000 Olympic Games.
They married in 2004 and Mary became fluent in Danish, while Kate married Prince William in 2011.
Both women are now mothers, with Kate a mother of three – George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4 – and Mary a mother of four – Christian, 17, Isabella, 15, and twins Vincent and Josephine, 12.
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