Although the Duchess of Cambridge’s impeccable taste never fails to dazzle, we especially appreciate it when she and her husband Prince William take extra care to coordinate.
The couple always complements one another, regardless of whether they are wearing matching clothes in the same colors, are identical from head to toe, or adopt the opposite stance.
We examine the best times the royal couple has ever been together, from the beginning of their relationship to the present.
old-fashioned matching On the day of their St. Andrew’s University graduation in June 2005, Prince William and Miss Middleton appeared to be twins and visibly smitten with one another. In what would become their first public twinning photo, the pair chose to wear white shirts and black pants in keeping with university tradition.
Canada tour as newlyweds
Following their royal nuptials in April 2011, William and Kate embarked on a tour of the US and Canada. During a trip to Blatchford Lake in the Northwest Territories, the royals were appointed honorary members of the Canadian Rangers and given bright red matching hoodies. William assisted his wife in adjusting her sweater, which was customized with her new title as the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duke and Duchess in this image from 2011 at a rodeo demonstration in Calgary, Canada, could have been mistaken for locals. With matching white cowboy hats, jeans, and shirts, the newlyweds displayed their playful side.
Canada tour in 2016
William and Kate visited Haida Gwaii, also referred to as the Queen Charlotte islands, while on a tour of Canada in 2016. A traditional welcome ceremony was witnessed by the couple at the Haida Heritage Centre and Museum after they arrived by canoe and spent the day with First Nations leaders. The couple received matching Raven’s Tail scarves as a gift, so they didn’t go home empty-handed.
William and Kate planned a day at sea in 2021 while on a quick tour of Scotland. The Duchess wore a Seeland Woodcock Advanced Jacket, blue jeans, and brown ankle boots to give off a sporty appearance.
To demonstrate how coordinated their movements were, the pair bowed down to talk to some neighborhood kids.
In 2020, William and Kate made a trip to Savannah House, a nonprofit organization Extern residential facility in County Meath, north of Dublin, where they spoke with young people while perfectly mirroring each other’s posture.
We adore how, while watching the Wales vs. Scotland hockey match at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, the Duke and Duchess unintentionally mirrored each other’s expressions.
America’s Cup World Series
grey, blue, and red! At the 2016 America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth, England, William and Kate visited the Land Rover BAR boat shed while donning matching Land Rover polos. They all wore shirts, jeans, and broad smiles.
William and Kate visited their former home in Anglesey, North Wales in 2019, pulling off another effortless chic look.
The royals bundled up in functional yet fashionable jackets for their stroll on Newborough Beach where they met the Menai Bridge Scouts and investigated the beach’s wildlife habitat.
majestic safari Kate and William appeared to be riding in an open-air Jeep in unison thanks to their matching shades, button-down shirts, and pose. During their 2016 royal tour, the couple went on safari at Kaziranga National Park in Guwahati, India.
When the royals boarded the Shotover Jet in New Zealand, they appeared to be a perfect pair, dressed in waterproofs and sunglasses. What makes their matching outfits the best part? Their custom life jackets featured their titles sewn on in official fashion.
Aston Villa football club
For the Duke, an avid supporter of Aston Villa Football Club, William and Kate’s visit there was especially exciting. The Prince chose a trendy blue North Face jacket, and Kate nailed winter chic in a red coat. The royals were dressed warmly in matching puffer jackets. The two were at the club to learn more about the Coach Core program’s activities.
The parents of Prince George and Princess Charlotte traveled to Sunderland in the north in February 2018 to see a brand-new bridge called the Northern Spire. One of the first people to cross the bridge, which will enhance connections between the Port of Sunderland and the city center, was the couple.
While the royal couple’s visit was undoubtedly out of the ordinary, what we adored most was the requirement that they don matching fluorescent safety vests and hard hats for the outing.