Princess Beatrice was among the members of the royal family who attended the annual Trooping the Colour over the weekend, alongside her sister Princess Eugenie and Eugenie's husband, Jack Brooksbank.
And as she arrived in a carriage next to her sister and brother-in-law, royal fans noticed that she was wearing a very recognisable outfit.
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Beatrice opted for a blush pink with black lace detailing down the sides, and a hat with a simply white flower on top.
But it's not the first time a royal has worn the gorgeous pink dress, with it having been previously seen on Sophie, Countess of Wessex, at Royal Ascot back in 2018.
So could Beatrice have borrowed the dress from her auntie? Or perhaps she liked the outfit so much she decided to get one for herself? Either way, the Princess looked stunning on the day!
Sophie Wessex styled her pink dress differently to Beatrice at Ascot last year, instead teaming it with a pink and black hat, and nude stilettos. And we think both ladies looked fabulous in their different takes on the dress.
For this year's Trooping the Colour, Sophie wowed in a bold green dress by Suzannah, one of her favourite designers, and a stunning black hat by Jane Taylor, her go-to milliner.
The Countess headed to the ceremony in a carriage alongside her husband, Prince Edward, and two children, Lady Louise Windsor, 15, and James Viscount Severn, 11.
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The family attend the Trooping the Colour ceremony every year, with Lady Louise first going along in 2008, when she was just five years old.
It's been a busy week for the Countess of Wessex, as she paid an official visit to Treloar Trust College in Holybourne, a College for disabled young people, to learn more about the valuable work they do.
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