The royal pair may or may not be having twins, but it’s clear that they can pull off “twinning” with style.
A tour around the boat shed of Land Rover during America’s Cup World Series had these two in identical polo shirts and jeans. It was held in Portsmouth, England in the summer of 2016.
Only three months into being the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate accompanies William on a North American tour. Here, the two keep warm in matching red hoodies - a token of their honorary Canadian Ranger status.
The royal couple stepped out of the plane in matching neutral hues for their visit to Ayers Rock in central Australia. The trip was reminiscent of one that William’s parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, went on when he was just a toddler.
In a rare public display of affection, Kate and Will held hands while walking in almost identical purple jumpers in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.
William and Kate looked like they had a lot of fun during their Canadian tour as they attended a local rodeo show in matching white cowboy hats and button-down shirts in Calgary.
The earliest couple outfit captured in a photo was in 2005 on their graduation day from St. Andrew’s University. Will and Kate looked so young and definitely smitten in matching white button-down shirts and black pants.
The Duke and Duchess again appeared in sync in their neutral-toned casuals and traditional scarves on their way to a safari in Kaziranga National Park, India, in 2016.
There wasn’t a shortage of outfits to match during America’s Cup World Series. Here, the royal couple donned identical Land Rover BAR jackets, each personalized with their titles at the back.
Color coordination isn’t the only way to twin! Will and Kate enjoy a conversation about the Coach Core program of the Aston Villa Football Club, of which the prince is a huge fan of, wearing the same North Face jackets but in different colors.
The Duke and Duchess visited a newly-constructed bridge in Sunderland, North East England in full safety gear - matching white hardhats and neon vests.
Based on materials: hellomagazine.com