Celebrity Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle Can't Stop Dressing Like Each Other By Alexandra Whittaker Alexandra Whittaker Instagram Twitter Website Alexandra Whittaker is a news and pop culture editor based in New York City. She studied at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and at Marquette University, where she freelanced for USA Today, Women's Wear Daily, and ELLE. She currently leads both the news and entertainment teams at Cosmopolitan magazine and previously worked as the news editor of InStyle.com where she spearheaded awards coverage. She enjoys writing and editing news stories, interviewing celebrities, and covering the intricacies of the British royal family. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on October 31, 2018 @ 04:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty, George Pimentel/Getty Now that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are married, the Duchess of Sussex and Kate Middleton are officially sisters-in-law, and we are so here for it. Even before they were technically family though, they were already one step ahead, because they used to wear the same clothes. Markle and Middleton each have distinct style sensibilities but every so often they overlap in an obvious way. Take, for example, Middleton's famed sapphire engagement dress. The V-neck dress in a distinct color has a double in Markle's own closet. Markle has worn the same colored dress with the same neckline and her hair styled the same way as Middleton's, and this wasn't the only time this happened. VIDEO: 13 Times Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton Totally Twinned with Their Outfits Scroll through our 16 favorite style twinning moments of Markle and Middleton's, and celebrate their sisterhood in a fashion-forward way. 01 of 16 Gray Tailored Blazers, Black Skinny Jeans, and Black Boots Getty Images What do you get when you cross a two gray blazers, two pairs of black skinny jeans, and two pairs of fall-appropriate black boots? A royal twinning moment, that's what. 02 of 16 Shining Bright in Yellow Dresses and Middle Hair Parts Getty Images The cut of each dress is distinct — with Meghan's highlighting her arms, and Kate's going less geometric — but the similar colors and the hair parts speak for themselves. 03 of 16 Royal Blue Quarter Sleeved Dresses That Go Past the Knee Getty Images In the span of a couple days, both Meghan and Kate stepped out wearing royal blue. Do royals love a solid blue dress? Well yeah, duh. Do we love synchronized wardrobe choices anyway? Obviously. 04 of 16 Similarly Cut Red A-Line Dresses Getty The red hot color isn't the only similarity between these looks. The dress waists are cut in the same place, they lack sleeves, and they're paired with simple pointed pumps. 05 of 16 Geometric Skirts Getty What better way to add pizazz to a white top than with a geometric colorful skirt? 06 of 16 Blue V-Neck Button Down Looks Getty Both accessorized with clutch bags and pointed heels, naturally. 07 of 16 Quarter Sleeved Red Minidresses Getty They even wore their dresses with the similar footwear. 08 of 16 Patterned Dresses Getty Can you blame them for loving a great print? 09 of 16 Black Lace Cutout Dresses Getty Each dress is different, but they share unique similarities, like the see-through sleeves and peekaboo cutout lace patterns. 10 of 16 Mididresses with Simple Heels Getty Even their bracelet jewelry is pretty much the same. 11 of 16 Lace Necklines Getty If you photographed both dresses from the waist up, they'd be the exact same minus a very slight hue difference. 12 of 16 Red Carpet-Worthy Strapless Gowns Getty Black strapless gown? Check. Simple nails? Check. Statement necklace? Also check. 13 of 16 Navy Button Midiskirts Getty While they styled their gold button-covered navy midiskirts differently, the skirts themselves are a dupe for one another. 14 of 16 All White Everything Getty Markle and Middleton certainly have their own unique spins on the all-white trend, but they looked strikingly similar nonetheless. 15 of 16 Hats Off! Getty A simple hat with a white shirt can create an über casual look, just as these sisters-in-law demonstrated. 16 of 16 Royal Blue V-Neck Dresses Samir Hussein/Getty, George Pimentel/Getty Of course, how could we forget the moment Markle wore a lookalike dress to Middleton's engagement one? As for her own engagement photo dress, Markle opted for a regal emerald green instead.