Kate and Pippa Middleton just proved that they're normal sisters really

These two!

These two!

Kate and Pippa Middleton are two of the most talked about women in the world, with both sisters becoming high profile names and influencers.

Kate is of course Duchess of Cambridge, marrying Prince William in 2011, but she's not the only Middleton sister to gain a title through marriage, with Pippa's husband James Matthews set to inherit the title Laird of Glen Affric.

Royal outings, star-studded weddings, official titles and royal babies - just a snippet into life as a Middleton sister. But while their lives are far from normal, the sisters often make news for having a relatable side.

This week this was proven, as it became clear that the Middleton sisters engage in the most typical of sisterly pastimes - sharing clothes.

Yes, Kate and Pippa share clothes - and given their extensive wardrobes, we're sure they've got enough between them.

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Kate made waves earlier this month when she was photographed at a surprise reception at Kensington Palace in a burgundy and white polkadot shirt dress from one of her top favourite high street retailers, Whistles, setting her back £159.

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Naturally, given the Kate Middleton effect, the dress sold out almost immediately, with people up and down the country investing in the autumnal piece to look like the Duchess of Cambridge.

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Even, it seems, her sister Pippa, who was spotted wearing the exact same Whistles dress while out with her newborn son this week.

Let's be honest - the sisters live far from a normal life, but when it comes to clothes sharing and baby advice exchanging, these two are just like us!

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

Jenny Proudfoot is an award-winning journalist, specialising in lifestyle, culture, entertainment, international development and politics. She has worked at Marie Claire UK for seven years, rising from intern to Features Editor and is now the most published Marie Claire writer of all time. She was made a 30 under 30 award-winner last year and named a rising star in journalism by the Professional Publishers Association.