The Facial Mark You Never Knew Princess Diana, Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth All Have
Princess Diana and the women her sons married Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have more in common than you may think. The ladies all married into the royal family, had children with British princes, and garnered major celebrity status. But they also share a physical similarity as well and strangely enough Queen Elizabeth II has it too.
Here’s what the princess, the duchesses, and the queen all have on their face and in nearly the same spot.
Similarities between Princess Diana, Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle
Kate and Meghan are a lot like Princess Diana when it comes to fashion. The People’s Princess was definitely a style icon and these days retailers can’t keep items stocked once the Duchess of Cambridge or the Duchess of Sussex are spotted wearing the attire.
But another similarity they have is a physical feature on their face. You’ll notice that in the above photo that the Princess of Wales has a beauty mark over her upper lip. Well, Prince Harry’s bride does as well. In fact, it’s practically in the same exact spot.
As Hello! noted, Prince Harry once talked about how his mother and the former Suits star are alike in many ways.
“Oh, they’d be thick as thieves, without question, I think she would be over the moon, jumping up and down, you know so excited for me,” the Duke of Sussex said. “[They] would have probably been best friends.”
But now we’re wondering if Harry saw something else with Meghan besides her fashion sense and humanitarian work that reminded him of his mom.
Interestingly enough, Prince William’s wife actually has a tiny mole above her lip as well. The difference with Kate’s is that it’s on the right side of her face, not the left like her sister-in-law and mother-in-law.
Royal fans notice faint mark on Queen Elizabeth II’s face as well
Royal fans have noticed that in several photos it appears that Queen Elizabeth also has a beauty mark above her top lip.
If you look closely you’ll see a marking in nearly the same spot where Diana’s and Meghan’s are located.
The monarch’s is lighter than the ones seen on the duchesses and the late princess though. Some believe that could be due to the queen’s makeup.
And in case you’re wondering what makeup the royal family matriarch uses, she’s given royal warrants to plenty of skincare and cosmetic products but her favorite is said to be Clarins. She worn the brand as far back as her coronation ceremony in 1953 and according to the Telegraph, the Ever Matte powder is one of the queen’s must-haves.