As any two sisters know, matching outfits might just be the most embarrassing punishment parents can inflict on their daughters. By the time the Olsen sisters came along in the '90s, their awkward outfit coordination became the standard by which parents could gain inspiration.
But turns out, there was a famous set of sisters that came before the Olsens to set the bar high in the matchy-matchy department: Queen Elizabeth II and the late Princess Margaret. Just four years apart, these royal sisters weren't twins, but they had complementing wardrobes that were no doubt copied by the Brit youngsters of their time.
Want proof? Check out some old photos of Elizabeth and Margaret in their coordinating get-ups.
The queen has come a long way herself: