Meghan Markle can now wear the clothes and designers she likes since she is no longer a senior working royal who has to adhere to the strict fashion protocols. Princess Beatrice, on the other hand, is also not a senior working royal, but in recent years, the Queen’s granddaughter has found her fashion feet, wearing some beautiful pieces. On one occasion, Beatrice wore a strikingly similar dress to one the Duchess of Sussex wore in 2018.
Meghan hit headlines four years ago when she attended the wedding of Prince Harry’s cousin, and Princess Diana’s niece Celia McCorquodale.
For the occasion, Meghan wore a floor-length maxi dress by Oscar de la Renta – a designer the Duchess has since worn a lot of.
It was adorned with a pretty blue floral print, and featured long billowing sleeves and a wrap front.
The printed dress was £4,600 at the time and was inspired by the Wedgwood china design.
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She also wore a box bag from Zara, which has been in her wardrobe since 2018.
Beatrice carried a white blazer to complete the look but was never photographed wearing it over the dress.
Her hair was worn in a half-up, half-down style that was finished with a large black bow.