Something tells us the Middleton sisters may have done a bit of coordinating for Prince George's christening.
At the ceremony in London on Wednesday, not only did Kate Middleton opt for a cream Alexander Mcqueen coat dress that matched her three-month-old son's iconic gown, but her younger sibling Pippa Middleton also showed up in the exact same shade and a nearly identical outfit.
Both ladies also donned matching floral fascinators, but Pippa's was designed by Edwina Ibbotson while Kate's was a Jane Taylor creation.
And while Pippa was indeed wearing a British designer—just like the new mom—she went with a Trapeze coat and Paris dress specially created by Suzannah Crabb. It should be noted that Pippa added just a touch of color to her look as her custom wool coat featured a blush trim and she carried a peach clutch.
Crabb—who has worked closely with Pippa in the last few years—told Grazia that it was a "dream come true" to be able to design the look, which was retro-inspired:
"We aimed for understated beauty, drawing inspiration from a 1960s coat dress," she shared. "Creating a couture dress and frock coat not only for the occasion of the royal christening, but for Pippa Middleton, who is so naturally elegant and stylish is a commission that every designer dreams of. It's so exciting that British fashion has such a champion."
Which sister's cream look did you like best: Kate or Pippa?