Updated: Wed, 29 Aug 2012 09:39:21 GMT | By Sarah Hecks
Kate and Diana: A style comparison

In every fashion situation, Duchess Kate seems to echo the delicate styles of the much-loved Princess Diana and US celebrity magazine People called Kate "Part Di and totally dashing'' - and it's not hard to see what they mean. Take a look at our gallery as we compare the style similarities between Kate and Diana.



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When attending a formal event, Diana and Kate both opted for eye-catching skirts and jackets. Di wore this style well at an event at London's Cafe Royal in 1989, while Kate pulled it off at a society wedding in 2005.

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