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Princess Kate has looked to her late mother-in-law multiple times for fashion cues over the year. She wore a blue polka dot dress to debut newborn Prince George to the world, just as Princess Diana did after Prince William was born. But the resemblance was particularly undeniable at the 2016 Remembrance Day Ceremony in London, where Kate had the Diana look down — all the way to the eyes!
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Tahari ASL Classic Fit Jewel Snap Jacket and Ponte Skirt Suit, $145; lordandtaylor.com
ASOS Pearl Trim Skater Coat, $119; asos.com
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Princess Kate's Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress was a one-of-a-kind creation. But it had an undeniable similarity to the gown of another royal bride — Grace Kelly. Both dresses had long sleeves, lots of lace and a flowing train.
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THE LADIES OF DOWNTON ABBEY
For the Commonwealth Service in 2016, Kate wore a hat — a rather large hat — that looked like it would be more at home on the head of Lady Mary Crawley circa 1912, than Princess Kate in 2016. Old-fashioned or not, Kate rocked the style just like a Crawley sister would.
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