Royal fans are always quick to copy the looks of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton. Both royals are known for wearing pieces that are fashionable and often share meaningful messages.
A new study by global fashion brand, PrettyLittleThing, analysed how much interest there is in the fashion of the royals.
The study was conducted by reviewing search volumes in the UK and US.
Over the last year, there has been an increase in demand to know about the looks worn by royals such as Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Princess Anne and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The number of searches for Meghan and Kate have also increased as fans are eager to steal their style.
The Duchess of Sussex has kept a fairly low profile over the last year after stepping back as a working royal and moving to Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their son, Archie.
This hasn’t stopped interest in her looks from growing, however.
The data showed the number of searches for Meghan’s style increase by 100 percent.
Kate’s looks are still popular with searches increasing by 84 percent in the last year.
Sophie Wessex, Princess Anne and Camilla’s outfits had a bigger increase in search than both Meghan and Kate, which the report discussed.
It said: “It is likely that this is due to both Meghan and Kate consistently setting trends and being huge style icons in their own right.”
Meghan also came out top on as the most “iconic” royal for style with her looks searched thousands of times, the data showed.
It found Meghan’s outfits had been looked up a whopping 148,550 times. This was closely followed by Kate who had 145,400 searches.
“These elements may indicate that although she is a prominent public figure, she still likes to feel relaxed yet fashionable whether she’s attending an event or enjoying a family day out.”
The mother-of-three is also happy to rewear her favourite looks on multiple occasions.
Natasha added: “Kate appears to have understated confidence in her style choices and chooses pieces that represent her position as a positive role model.
She also isn’t afraid to re-wear statement pieces.”