Royals and celebrities with twinning style: who wore it best? by hellofashion.com / June 10, 2016 - 11:43 BST Princess Charlene of Monaco and Jennifer LawrenceThe Dior darlings rock some of the couture house's finest dotted garments, with the Monaco royal showing off a capped-sleeve creation from the brand's fall 2015 collection while Jennifer shows off her toned arms in a sleeveless variation at the premiere of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' in London. Read more about: Celebrity Style Kate Middleton and Drew Barrymore For Kate's private engagement with the Bhutan royals she wore a $1,495 Tory Burch floral mesh gown featuring retro-inspired flowers and side slits. Then, just hours after Kate stunned in the gown, actress Drew Barrymore attended the ASPCA Bergh Ball in New York City wearing the same style. Designer Tory acknowledged the coincidence was funny, telling HELLO!, “I had no idea!” Queen Rania of Jordan and Diane Kruger It's hard to decide who wore this silver-and-white Elie Saab design better. Jordan's queen sported the number at the 2007 Bambi Awards, while fashion royalty Diane turned heads at the 64th annual Venice Film Festival. Princess Eugenie and Madonna The Queen's granddaughter and the Queen of Pop have both stepped out in this strappy Dolce & Gabbana black gown. Beatrice strutted her stuff in a charity fashion while Madonna kicked up her heels at Vanity Fair's 2007 post-Oscars bash. Queen Letizia of Spain and Cate Blanchett Check out these belles of the ball! Here, both style icons shine in nude colored gowns with floral embellishments - the monarch at a gala dinner with Japanese royalty and the actress to pick up an Oscar for Blue Jasmine in 2014. Princess Charlene of Monaco and Tina Fey The purple Atelier Versace gown that Tina wore to the 2016 Oscars is reminiscent of the striking indigo Ralph Lauren gown Charlene wore to a special dinner honoring the American label in 2013. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Gwyneth Paltrow The Hollywood actress had fashion fans green with envy as she walked the red carpet at the 2011 Bambi awards in a slinky, plunging number by Elie Saab. The following year at the 2012 Nobel Prize ceremony, Sweden's future queen shimmered in a similar emerald gown, which she paired with a show-stopping tiara. The Duchess of Cambridge and Sienna Miller A little print goes a long way for this stylish duo, though Sienna is much more prone to rocking loud prints than Kate. A few days after the latter made a colourful entrance at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds gala in eye-catching Erdem, actress Sienna embraced the same color scheme in a printed Marc Jacobs gown at the London premiere of her film 'Burnt'. Kirsten Dunst and Beatrice Borromeo Both Kirsten, left, and Monaco royal Beatrice Borromeo, right are big fans of Valentino's spring 2016 Roman goddess look, featuring a deep V neckline and belted bodice. Beatrice opted for a silk printed look from the ready-to-wear collection for a fundraiser in Italy, while actress Kirsten wore a velvet haute couture version. Chrissy Teigen and Princess Sofia of Sweden It's no coincidence that the Swedish royal's powder-blue gown looks eerily similar to Chrissy's Oscars ensemble in 2015 - they were both created by master designer Zuhair Murad. The Sports Illustrated model opted for a sexier look complete with plunging neckline and high slit, while Sofia embraced a more modest silhouette to attend a pre-wedding dinner with her now-husband Prince Carl Philip. Princess Charlene of Monaco and Uma Thurman With broad shoulders and long, lean physiques, these statuesque blonds definitely know how to work a halter neckline. While the Monegasque royal embraced a ruffled collar at the Princess Grace Awards Gala in 2013, the Hollywood actress opted for a sleeker finish at the 2014 Golden Globes. Charlotte Casiraghi and Kate Beckinsale These fashionistas know a good Grecian-inspired dress when they see one. The Monaco royal shined in pink Chanel at the 2010 Rose Ball, while Kate dazzled in draped Alice Temperley to celebrate Chopard's 150th anniversary in 2010. Princess Mary of Denmark and Sarah Paulson Looking oh-so-elegant in off-the-shoulder midnight-blue gowns, these twins are both queens of the red carpet. Princess Mary steppe out at the 2014 Bambi Awards with her husband Crown Prince Frederik while Sarah Paulson attended the 2015 Emmys, where she was nominated for 'American Horror Story'. Queen Letizia of Spain and Julia Roberts Both Letizia and Julia put their own spin on classic black and white. And while the Spanish queen gave her ensemble a black-tie boost with a sparkling skirt, the actress proved that even a simple strapless dress and crisp white blouse can steal the show at a high-profile event. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Sarah Silverman Future monarch Victoria's ability to pull off a princess ball gown is in her DNA, but comedienne Sarah Silverman, here in bordeaux Zac Posen, proves that even Hollywood starlets can have royal-worthy moments. The Duchess of Cambridge and Angelina Jolie Both Kate and Angelina have elegant dressing down to an art form, something they both achieved in light-blue chiffon gowns with cinched waists and keyhole detailing in the back. Kate slid hers on for the London premiere of 'Spectre', while the mother of six screened her most recent film 'By The Sea' in New York.