Pippa Middleton has been spotted wearing the same designer dress sported by Kelly Brook last month.
Pretty brunette Pippa wore the black and white peplum-detailed number, called the Thorn Print from the AW13 collection by Tabitha Webb, to the wedding of Lady Melissa Percy and Thomas van Straubenzee in Alwick last weekend.
Celebrity Juice presenter Kelly, meanwhile, accentuated her famous curves with the outfit as she was spotted heading to the studios to film an appearance on the hit chat show.
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The ladies chose to accessorise the dress differently.
Kelly teamed the dress with platform heels, a chain bag and a bouncy blowdry, while Pippa opted for more demure patent court shoes, an intricate ponytail and a black fascinator.
The style sharing wasn't a one-off for the ladies. Two days later, Pippa attended Wimbledon wearing a pale blue Sandro dress – a look previously worn by Kelly when she was spotted heading home from a filming session for Celebrity Juice.
The sister of pregnant Kate Middleton chose the elegant look to sit in the Royal Box with her younger brother James at the prestigious sporting event to watch Roger Federer and later Andy Murray both storm to victory.
Pippa's love affair with Wimbledon began when she was a child of eight and attended the championship for the very first time. Fast-forward 21-years and she remains just as passionate about the tennis competition.
She looked to be in high spirits as she enjoyed the on-court action. The siblings were escorted to their seats in the royal box and happily chatted to other spectators around them including Denise Lewis and Princess Michael of Kent. Condoleezza Rice was also seated nearby.
Last year, Pippa attended Wimbledon with her sister Kate Middleton, an avid tennis fan. Of course, the Duchess is unable to attend this summer as she awaits the arrival of her first baby with Prince William.
As contributing editor for Vanity Fair, Pippa recently wrote a column entitled Pippa Middleton's Inside Guide to Wimbledon, focusing on her experiences at the oldest tennis tournament in the world.