The Queen, Kate Middleton & Princess Beatrice Were All Twinning at the Royal Ascot

Make way, make way, for the Queen of England and future Queen of England (and Princess Beatrice) because we have a royal #twinning moment.

On Tuesday at day one of the Royal Ascot horse races, Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton and Beatrice of York each got the memo (we assume they've got each other on royal speed dial) and wore coordinating cornflower-blue dresses and wide-brimmed hats (the queen's and Kate's both had giant blue flower details). S'cute, Your Royal Highnesses.

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Middleton, who broke her four-month style streak of wearing white to every major official occasion, wore a dusty blue and partly sheer Elie Saab frock and wide-brimmed floral hat.

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Queen Elizabeth matched in a light-blue (more pastel) dress coat and hat with blue roses attached to the top by Angela Kelly. She looked to be enjoying her day at the horse races as she prepares to watch her very own horses, Elector and Seniority, run in the race on Wednesday.

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Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also apparently got the memo and both wore shades of blue, though Beatrice's is definitely more coordinated with the queen and Middleton than her sister's. 

Beatrice wore an eyelet midi-length dress with collar by Maje and a wide-brimmed light blue hat with colorful tassel detail by Bundle MacLaren. Eugenie wore a teal sleeveless dress with micro-pleated skirt and yellow bonnet-style hat.

Royals in coordinating colors...these are a few of our favorite things.


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