Kate Middleton Channels Princess Diana on Day Two of Her Royal Tour in Sweden

Talk about déjà vu.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are off to a busy start on the second day of their 2018 Royal Tour (opens in new tab), and Kate Middleton's style (opens in new tab) didn't go unnoticed—mostly because she's replicating *almost* the exact same Moschino (opens in new tab) suit Princess Diana wore on her royal tour in 1991...and it's glorious.

This is Princess Diana in 1991:

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And here's Middleton almost three decades later in a custom Catherine Walker (opens in new tab) coat. (Talk about déjà vu.)

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'Kate Middleton channels Princess Diana’s style from her royal tour in Canada 1991.'

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Kate and William began the day by arriving at the Karolinska Institute (opens in new tab) (one of the most prestigious medical universities in the world), and "focused on Sweden's pioneering work in the field of mental health and children's wellbeing." They then made their way over to the Matteusskolan with the Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel Matteusskolan.

And just when you thought they were done, the Duke and Duchess then headed over to the Nordiska Kompaniet department store to visit an interactive exhibition of Swedish fashion brands.

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