Aug 28, 2015
Video: Beauty vlogger Marisa Roy tries out the latest fall makeup
Our Bugatti Contest will open on Monday, October 10th, 2016
CLICK HERE to enter for your chance to win a trip of 1 week for 2 adults to Club Med Cancun with Bugatti & ELLE Canada.
If anyone experiences even a millisecond of the joy that Princess Charlotte felt yesterday, they should count themselves lucky. You see, the littlest royal found love in a helium-filled place.
When she was first introduced to the soon-to-be-first-love-of-her-life, she was unsure.
And she was honestly more into her super cute sweater.
But then she got to know this balloon animal a bit better, and her heart started to open.
And now she just can't imagine who she was without this balloon in her life.
And like always happens when you love something, it has made room in her heart for even more love, and now, well, Charlotte just wants ALL THE BALLOOOOOOONS.
Kate at the Royal Ascot in 2015. Sophie heading to a government meeting in Valletta.
Kate at the Royal Ascot in 2015. Sophie heading to a government meeting in Valletta.Credits: ELLE Canada Source: Getty
In our excitement for the amazing outfits that are bound to accompany the British Royal's upcoming Canadian visit, we’ve rounded up all the times Kate Middleton and Sophie Trudeau have worn the exact same styles.
Clean and Classic
Both Kate and Sophie have been known to keep their wardrobes stocked with neutrals. An all white ensemble gives off a classy, regal elegance.
Kate with husband William in India. Sophie performing onstage with her husband Justin. (Getty/The Canadian Press)
Kate visiting the set of Downtown Abbey. Sophie at Justin's inauguration (Getty/The Canadian Press)
When they do add a pop of colour, red is a favourite. Sophie Trudeau and Kate Middleton have both donned short and long dress in the eye-catching colour.
Kate at 2011's 100 Women in Hedge Funds Gala. Sophie on the Great Wall of China with her family.
Kate at the launch of East Anglia Children's Hospices. Sophie arriving in China. (Getty/The Canadian Press)
Ladies in Lace
Lace is frequently seen on both women because of the feminine detailing that it adds to their outfits, without being over the top.
Kate at the Royal Ascot in 2015. Sophie heading to a government meeting in Valletta. (Getty)
Who says neutrals have to be boring? In these gorgeous winter coats, Sophie and Kate prove that grey can be far from bland.
Kate at the Commonwealth day service in 2016. Sophie on Remembrance Day. (Getty/The Canadian Press)
Florals are a great way for the royal ladies to have some fun with colour. Kate and Sophie have both been known to sport dark floral dresses.
Kate at 2015's 100 Women in Hedge Funds gala. Sophie on a trip to Meiji Shrine. (Getty/The Associated Press)
Tastemaker and blogger Catriona Smart teamed up with ELLE Canada and PANDORA Jewellery to make the menswear trend feel elegant with delicate jewellery.
HER TAKE ON THE TREND: “When you’re going with a menswear motif, embrace feminine details to make it modern. I like to style wide-legged trousers with a bow belt and my boxy jackets with fitted T-shirts. Then I add ladylike touches like layers of delicate necklaces and my favourite piece of the season – a vintage-inspired sparkly necklace. Just before I head out the door, stack my bracelets on one arm and add midi rings with loads of shine to shake up the borrowed-from-the-boys look.”