Kate wore a hat from London-based milliner Juliette Botterill. The pillbox-style hat had a bow and two black feathers.
Juliette Botterill creates her hats at her Wimbledon studio, offering her “bespoke couture service where designs can be customized to match and complement specific outfits.”
Kate’s hat appears to be a bespoke version of the £600 Flower & Feather Teardrop with a bow and two quills. Meghan, on the other hand, wore a hat from Awon Golding on Christmas Day, 2018. Awon Goldin is a London-based milliner of Anglo-Indian.
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Does the stylist think the Princess of Wales is copying the Duchess of Sussex? Miranda said: “Just to clear this up right at the beginning of the video, no I do not think Kate was copying Meghan With royal etiquette, it’s just natural that two women are going to occasionally wear similar outfits. That’s it.”
But, Miranda did make an interesting observation. She said: “What is curious to me though is that Meghan was wearing this hat when she was in her blending into the background phase and not wanting to either compete with another member of the family or stand out in any way.
“In other words, she chose an accessory that wasn’t overly memorable on purpose, which brings me back to my opinion of Kate’s look and in fact many of her looks recently. She is of course elegant and immaculate but I am finding them a little bit unexciting.
Miranda’s fashion fans also chimed in. One Cacy Cardall wrote: “When I see people say Meghan or Kate are copying each other it’s like so many women have similar outfits and the same or similar hats lol.”
Another wrote: “Ok, I never believed in the whole Kate copying Meghan until now.”
Brooke wrote: “Why is Kate stealing MM fashion contacts?”
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