Any public appearance by the Duchess of Cambridge typically dominates the fashion headlines the next day.
But, for England’s Euro 2020 match against Germany this week, the duchess was overshadowed by her companions – Prince William and seven-year-old Prince George.
The father and son wore matching blazers, shirts and striped ties, giving royal endorsement to the rising mini-me trend – where parents and their children wear matching or similar outfits.
Other celebrities are onboard. Serena Williams’s three-year-old daughter, Olympia Ohanian, was photographed this week in a red and pink jumpsuit like the one her mother wore to the Australian Open in February.
It’s not limited to small children. Kate Moss and her 18-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, took a tour of the Vatican this week – both wearing black blazers with their hair in a slicked back style.
Kim Kardashian was early on this trend. She and her daughter North West wore matching silver chainmail-style dresses in 2016. And Courtney Adamo, a parent blogger, regularly posts pictures of herself and her children in matching outfits.