Who wins best dressed? Kate and Princess Mary turn heads at the Royal Ascot 16



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Kate Middleton and Princess Mary already have similar features making them look alike but at the Royal Ascot, they could easily have been mistaken for sisters thanks to their similar makeup and hairstyles.

Both looked beautiful and well-dressed as they spend time at the event chatting with others.

The Duchess wore an an ethereal white lace Dolce & Gabbana dress with a woven gold fascinator decorated with a cream rose and two feathers, while Australian-born Mary paired a bright orange dress by Marc Jacobs with a pretty nude coloured floral fascinator.

Both wore pearl earrings and had their hair up in exquisite buns that matched their fascinators.

Princess Mary of Denmark had arrived earlier in a carriage with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and her husband, Prince Edward, reports Daily Mail.

Kate travelled to the racecourse with her husband in a carriage procession to take in the second day of racing, where William is set to present a trophy for a race named in his honour, The Duke of Cambridge Stakes.

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  1. Kate wins hands down, Mary looks a bit frumpy.

  2. Definitely Kate. She looks open and warm whereas Mary looks quite stilted.

  3. Love our Mary you always look gorgeous

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    • I just love Princess Mary, she always looks stunning.😊😘👑

  4. Love our Mary you always look gorgeous

  5. Kate is smiling in photos. Makes it much more enjoyable to look at her. I love Mary but she looks so serious much of the time. Kate is absolutely beautiful.

  6. Kate, I think cos she Lways has a beautiful open smile. Love the Queens outfit

  7. Definitely Kate. Mary looks nice but not up to her usual standard. She looks a bit stiff.

  8. Kate is stunning and Mary now starting to show her age, but is a lovely lady

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