The Duchess of Cambridge has been wearing outfits that err on the side of carbon copies, and that became abundantly clear during the Centenary of the Royal Air Force on Tuesday.
Her choice of Givenchy is an unsurprising one since she has become an ardent champion of the French fashion house under Claire Waight Keller's creative direction in recent months, and famously wore her custom design on her wedding day.
The duchess and her husband are expected to continue their two-day visit in the city with a tour of the Irish Immigration Museum and a trip to Trinity College, among other plans in their royal itinerary.
A total of 17 royals flanked the Queen on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF celebrations.
Kate opted for a mint Alexander McQueen coat dress with a matching hat by Sean Barrett as well as a diamond and ruby Darce brooch, a high honour from the Air Cadets.
Middleton is known to give not-so-subtle nods to the country she's visiting when traveling overseas, such as the time she looked like a walking Canadian flag in a white dress and red hat adorned with maple leaves in July 2011. In the months between Harry and Meghan's official engagement announcement and the royal wedding itself, it was her go-to style.
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