Princess Margaret's lookalike granddaughter twins in outfit inspired by late grandmother

Princess Margaret's granddaughter Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones appears to have inherited her grandmother's looks and flare for style

 HRH Princess Margaret (1930 - 2002) attending the premiere of the film 'Captain Horatio Hornblower' at the Warner Theatre Leicester Square.
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Princess Margaret's granddaughter Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones hit the social scene running after a particularly glamorous appearance at a Tatler event. Dressed in a get-up that's a near mirror image to one of her late grandmother's famous looks and with the facial resemblance to match - many are calling her a chip off the old block.


HRH Princess Margaret (1930 - 2002) attending the premiere of the film 'Captain Horatio Hornblower' at the Warner Theatre Leicester Square/Samuel Aikten (L) and Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones attend the Tatler Little Black Book Party with Michael Kors at The Windmill Soho on November 03, 2022 in London, England.

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She may have been one of the mini stars of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding day, as a part of their bridal party, but Queen Margaret's granddaughter Lady Margarita is all grown up now. Not only is the young aristocrat all grown up but she was also recently photographed hitting up a party attended by, "an impossibly chic coterie of bright young things."

The soiree in question, Tatler (opens in new tab)'s Little Black Book party, was held in The Windmill club in Soho and attended by the next generation of high society youngsters who're likely to feature in the iconic magazine many times throughout their lives.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) speaks to Serena Armstrong-Jones, Countess of Snowdon (L), David Armstrong-Jones (2L), 2nd Earl of Snowdon, known as David Linley, and Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones (2R) after attending a service of thanksgiving in honour of the late British photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, the former husband of Queen Elizabeth II's late sister Princess Margaret, better known as Lord Snowdon (1st Earl of Snowdon), David's father, at St Margaret's Church in London on April 7, 2017. Lord Snowdon died at the age of 86, the photographic agency where he worked said on January 13.

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Lady Margarita is the daughter of David Armstrong-Jones, 2nd Earl of Snowdon and Serena Armstrong-Jones, Countess of Snowdon. She's currently at University at Oxford Brooks and in her spare time designs jewelry. On top of all this, the creative student has an Instagram account dedicated to her love of photography too. 

The 20-year-old has one older sibling, her brother Charles Armstrong-Jones, who’s 23. Although Lady Margarita is highly unlikely to ever sit on the throne (the's 26th in line to the throne) she's maintained a close bond with the Royal Family.

She's often photographed at royal events - from births, to weddings, and funerals - and was most recently photographed at the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Margaret of Great Britain smiles as she greets the press at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan on November 18, 1965 / Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) talks with Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones (C) as her father David Armstrong-Jones (L), 2nd Earl of Snowdon, known as David Linley, looks on after attending a service of thanksgiving in honour of the late British photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, the former husband of Queen Elizabeth II's late sister Princess Margaret, better known as Lord Snowdon (1st Earl of Snowdon), David's father, at St Margaret's Church in London on April 7, 2017. Lord Snowdon died at the age of 86, the photographic agency where he worked said on January 13.

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Although Princess Margaret's life was spent as a working royal, she was also known as a royal rebel - with a love for the finer things in life and the island of Mustique where she spent many years. 

The island, which had been a wedding gift to the royal, became headline news when snaps of Margaret and the man she was having an affair with, Roddy Llewellyn, were published by the British tabloid, News of the World.

Princess Margaret

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As well as her various controversies and love of luxury, Princess Margaret is also remembered for her incredible sense of style. The chic royal clearly had an interest in fashion and didn't shy away from pushing the boundaries with her high-end outfit choices.

Sadly, the late Princess died two months before her granddaughter was born but according to these recent images, it looks like Lady Margarita may be a mini Margaret in the making.

Aoife Hanna
Junior News Editor

Aoife is Junior News Editor at woman&home.

She's an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.

Formerly Aoife was a contributing writer at Bustle and her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica, EVOKE and her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.

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