Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are often praised for their stylish but elegant royal wardrobe.
But recently, both the Duchess of Cambridge (37) and the Duchess of Sussex (38) wore slightly more fashionable clothes – the pussybow blouse.
Although Meghan has regularly worn a relaxed monochrome style over the years, the style is a more recent addition to Kate & # 39; s wardrobe, with the mother-of-three who stepped into the style three times in the past year.
And they are not the only royals seen in the style, with Princess Beatrice (31) and the European Royal Queen Letizia (Spain), 47, also seen in the style.
Speaking with FEMAIL, stylist Susie Hasler, who runs Stylized by Susie suggested the neckline flattered & # 39; all shapes & # 39; while it remained a more edgy piece, making it an essential part for stylish royals.
Kate Middleton, 37, got out in another pussybow neckline yesterday, with stylist Susie Hasler suggesting that the style be a & # 39; royal garment & # 39; had become
While sister-in-law Kate often opts for a bold and colorful version of the neckline, Meghan Markle, 38, has also worn the style in a more relaxed monochrome style
The popularity of the style within the royal family can be seen as a tribute to the late Princess Diana, who wore the neckline for her engagement portraits with Prince Charles
The style could be a nod to Princess Diana, who famously wore a white pussybow blouse along with a bold blue suit for her engagement photos.
De Koninklijke chose the look on various other occasions, including the Trooping the Color parade from 1985.
But stylist Susie suggested that the blouse saw a big comeback this year and revealed: & # 39; The pussybow blouse is a big thing for this season. & # 39;
She suggested that part of the charm of the flirty feminine neckline was that if it offered versatility for royals who wanted to look elegant, while preserving & # 39; very different styles & # 39 ;.
Princess Beatrice also wore the popular style in the past and in 2017 opted for a beautiful blue top in York
And it's not just the British! Queen Letizia of Spain, 47, got out in October this year in the fitted pussybow-style dress
Kate Middleton has been seen in style a few times in recent years and it seems that Kate Middleton has turned the neckline into a garment in the last six months.
Susie suggested it was ideal for the elegant yet girlish style of the royal, revealing: & Kate is traditional and feminine with the clothes she wears – that's why she tied her bow. & # 39;
The duchess was first seen in style in March when she arrived at the Henry Fawcett Children's Center in a chic Gucci blouse worth £ 790.
The outfit, which she combined with wide pants, became one of Kate & # 39; s most striking fashion moments of the year after it was discovered that she had worn the top from the back to the front.
The Duchess of Cambridge has chosen the style several times over the years, including this daring Gucci dress in 2017
This year the royal apparently added the style to her staples in the wardrobe and was seen several times in the neck (pictured on the left, a visit to a children's center in London in March, and on the right, on Ascot)
Kate also wore a version of the pussybow blouse for the royal Ascot, when she combined a sky blue top with a matching tulle skirt, a Philip Treacy hat, Gianvito Rossi heels and Kiki McDonough earrings, and the style also wore the to attend the baptism of Archie Harrison in July.
And yesterday the royal was broken into a bold red midi dress with the bow line in stills for the BBC TV special A Berry Royal Christmas.
The frock was the definition of modern femininity with its modest length, lowered waist, puffed sleeves and pleated skirt and Kate seems to wear it with her usual style.
Susie suggested that the style fitted well with Kate's usual style and said: & # 39; Because of her place in the royal family, she always opts for clothing that is much more formal and conservative. & # 39;
The duchess again opted for the pussybow style in July of this year for the baptism of cousin Archie Harrison, with stylist Susie suggesting that the royal woman be the & # 39; feminine & # 39; but & # 39; conservative & # 39; liked the character of the style
Meanwhile Meghan has been spotted several times in the neckline, albeit in a more & # 39; relaxed & # 39; and monochrome style.
The Duchess of Sussex first wore the style when attending the Endeavor Fund Awards in February last year and put a floating white blouse in a cool tuxedo by Alexander McQueen.
More recently, during a visit to other military families at the Broom Farm Community Center in Windsor, she was broken into a different, white pussybow top.
Meanwhile, stylist Susie suggested that Meghan opted for a more & # 39; relaxed & # 39; but & # 39; male & # 39; blouse style, with the royal in particular releasing the tie (shown in Windsor in November)
The stylist suggested that Meghan not often for & # 39; super feminine cuts & # 39; went, so chose her neckline a little more & # 39; male & # 39; to wear by releasing the tie
Susie suggested: & # 39; The style of Meghan is much more relaxed. Her clothing is more tailor-made, with a masculine edge. She doesn't really go for super feminine cuts. & # 39;
The stylist also said that the blouse was a & # 39; good piece for all body shapes and added: & # 39; If you are busty, you have to undo the tie like Meghan did. & # 39;
She also suggested tying the bow at the top for a flattering style & # 39; if you have a smaller bust & # 39 ;.
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