In Hollywood, it’s an unwritten rule that you’d better not appear dressed as your co-stars, especially on the red carpet.
It is now true that neither former President Ivanka Trump’s daughter, 41, nor Princess of Wales, Kate, 41, are part of Hollywood’s elite, but some may still consider it “embarrassing” to appear dressed like others. Previously worn – especially if the person has received a lot of compliments for it.
When Princess Kate appeared at the Bond premiere of “No Time to Day” in 2021, she received praise and compliments for the gold dress she wore that night.
Now apparently, Trump has tried to recreate the success of the princess dress.
This weekend, Trump’s daughter Arabella, 13, celebrated with her bat. Then the whole family dressed up from head to toe, including Ivanka Trump.
She was wearing a turquoise dress by Jenny Packham. It’s the same dress that Princess Kate wore in 2021 – in a different color.
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There are also several people in Trump’s comment field, as well as on Twitter, who have looked at the details. The vast majority brag about the 41-year-old man, while many take the opportunity to compare the two women.
“Oh, my God, Ivanka’s dress is the same one Kate wore to the 007 premiere, but it’s a blue Beyond Beauty!” 1 user boasts.
“Although Ivanka is beautiful, Kate shines most,” another wrote, while a third simply notes:
“She imitates Kate!”
“Oh my God, what a beautiful dress! I think the blue is perfect for Ivanka, and the gold is perfect for the event Kate was at,” writes a fourth.
It happened several times
This isn’t the first time the former president’s daughter has worn the same dress Princess Kate once wore.
In recent years, she has, among other things, “copied” a blue polka-dot dress by designer Alessandra Rich.
The princess wore the dress for official photos on the occasion of King Charles’s (74) 70th birthday.
In addition, she wore a Beulah dress, which Kate wore for the first time in 2019. Kate was also the first to wear it then, when she wore the dress in January, while Trump first wore the dress in September.
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