Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, have been very busy with royal visits since their marriage in May.
Similarly, Kate Middleton, 36 and Prince William, 36, have made many royal dedication since Kate returned to work in October after her maternity leave – she welcomed her third baby Prince Louis in April this year.
And through their public excursions, many people have begun to notice a similarity in the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex outfits.
Both ladies continue to have a lot of navy blue – there are dresses, skirts or dresses that are a favorite style by Kates.
Although the navy is a classic and professional color for a royal, it seems to be a deeper meaning behind their fashion choices.
Applied Color Psychology Specialist Karen Haller explained that this could be a conscious decision, says Daily Mail the color blue communicates professionalism.
She said, "When it comes to psychology of color, blue refers to the mind. Darker blues relate to trust, logic and knowledge.
"It communicates duty and professionalism and given that it is a more appealing color than black, perhaps why she had this shade often on her last 16-day royal tour down below."
During Harry and Meghan's two-week royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, the Duchess had eight navy blue outfits – with two on his last day.
She also sported a Navy Givenchy coat at Prince Eugenie and Jack Brooksbanks wedding in October, days before she announced her pregnancy.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge has been depicted in blue ensembles twice a week alone.
For her visit to Prince William to McLaren's Automotive Center, the mother drove to Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three and Prince Louis, seven months, a navy epoxy dress.
And days before, for her visit to the Imperial War Museum, Kate condemned a structured blue Jenny Packham dress.
But it was her marine polkadot Alessandra Rich dress that made everyone speak.
In the portrait of the royal family to mark Prince Charles 70th anniversary, the Duchess celebrated a trendy stained dress that Ivanka Trump, like many other celebrities, also owns.
And if you thought you recognized the folded ankle length dress with a white Peter Pan collar, it's because a lot of stars have improved exactly the same on several occasions this year.
At the royal wedding of Meghan and Prince Harry in May, the duchess of Sussex close friend Abigail Spencer had the elegant dress with beautiful white heels.
It has also been featured on Style Icon and Six and Star Sarah Jessica Parker.
In July of this year, Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, carried the dress at an event in Iowa and steered it with a thick white belt that matched the collar and collar.
Alessandra Rich launched her business in 2010 and has since become go-to designs for the royalty and politicians – Samantha Cameron had one of her dresses to visit Barrack and Michelle Obama in 2012 with her former prime minister David Cameron.