When the Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Cyprus earlier today, she was wearing an outfit that could have come straight from Meghan's wardrobe.
Kate, 36, was sporting a pair of £130 wide-legged navy trousers from Jigsaw.
She'd teamed the pants with a simple white silk top and a £666 khaki blazer by Canadian label Smythe – a brand Meghan, 37, has worn on more than one occasion.
Her simple court heels matched her jacket, while her hair had been teased into an informal half-up style.
Kate had accessorised with a green clutch bag, a black belt and gold hoop earrings.
This is thought to be the first time that Kate's sported black suit trousers on an official royal engagement.
However, Meghan is quite accustomed to the look.
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex has worn wide-legged trews a few times, and just like Kate, she often pairs them with fitted blazers.
When it comes to the Smythe jacket, Kate has had hers for quite a while – she actually donned it during a tour of Canada back in 2016.
But perhaps Meghan inspired her to wear it with flared trousers?
Kate and husband Prince William were in Cyprus to visit an RAF base, delivering Christmas presents to overseas airmen.
They were given a royal welcome as they arrived at RAF Akrotiri, having brought gifts from the families of military personnel who'll be away from their loved ones throughout the festive season.
Just yesterday, the Cambridges staged a Christmas party for the families of RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham with a relative deployed abroad, including Cyprus.
During the event, Kate told the invited wives, partners, grandparents and children: "Not only are we grateful for you coming here to join our party, but also for the sacrifices you make on a daily basis on behalf of the nation."
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