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Mia Regan and Romeo Beckham twin in matching outfits for romantic Lake District hike

The couple have identical style it seems…

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Natalie Salmon
Natalie SalmonFashion Digital Editor
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Gen Z It-couple Romeo Beckham and Mia Regan have just proved that couples that slay together, stay together. 

The famous duo headed to Cat Bells a fell in the English Lake District in the county of Cumbria. Situated on the western shore of Derwentwater within three miles of the busy tourist town of Keswick the pair wore identical outfits for their romantic adventure, down to their all-purpose hiking shoes.

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The pair wore matching jackets from climate-conscious cold weather brand 66 North, as well as baggy black trousers. In a series of photos Mia Regan posted to her Instagram, the model showed off their outfits with her 599K followers. They also wore the same yellow hiking trainers, proving that they are the ultimate couple goals.

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Mia Regan posed on a fallen tree

This isn't the first time Mia has championed the Icelandic brand. Earlier this month before heading to her potential mother-in-law Victoria Beckham's #HolidayatVB party at her store on Dover Street, the budding style icon posted a photo to her Instagram story posing in a jazzy oversized blue hued jumper from 66north. She captioned the snap "@66north ready for anything now." The brand, stocked by high-end platforms like Matchesfashion and End clothing, has just opened its first ever UK store on Regent Street.

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The model shared an Instagram story of her famous boyfriend

What is 66 North?

Founded in 1926 in Iceland, the brand prides itself on its carbon neutral, B Corp status. "66°North was founded in 1926 as a matter of survival for Icelandic fishermen and soon thereafter Icelandic search and rescue teams," the brand explains on its website, "Quality, durability, performance, and necessity are our enduring values due to the near-mythical challenges of the unpredictable Icelandic climate and because, as a small nation, our customers have always been our friends, family, and neighbors. Our clothes reflect the sometimes-hostile nature around us and our promise of protection for our community."

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"If you hadn’t heard of 66 North before, you certainly will soon, as Bottega Veneta’s former head of menswear Kei Toyoshima took over as its creative director last month," explains Hello! Fashion's Lauren Ramsay

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