Kate Middleton looked a vision as she entered Westminster Abbey for King Charles III’s coronation, in a white Alexander McQueen dress and royal blue cape, with a silver floral head piece.
However, it was even more adorable when we realised that she was matching with her daughter, Princess Charlotte, who was also in Alexander McQueen and a smaller version of Kate’s floral crown.
The adorable mother-daughter moment showed a real sense of unity and continuity across the royal generations, with even Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh wearing a similar silver headpiece.
It also features similar silver-work to the tiara, but this time championing the rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock: plants emblematic of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland respectively.
Despite eschewing a tiara from the Crown Jewels, she was spotted wearing pearl and diamond earrings that once belonged to the late Princess Diana.
The twinning with Charlotte continued, with the Wales’ middle-child donning a gorgeous Alexander McQueen dress and cape in the same fabric as her mother’s with the same flowers embroidered into it.
She also wore a miniature version of Kate’s headpiece, in a floral headband form, also by Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen.
All we have to say is that this mother-daughter duo make the most adorable pair.