Camilla Parker Bowles recently channeled Meghan Markle in the monochrome dress that she wore for a fashion show.

The Duchess of Cornwall arrived at the Lancaster House this week to attend the Julien Macdonald Fashion Show. She was photographed wearing a black dress with white sequined detail around the neckline and cuffs.

Alice Scarsi, a journalist for Express, noted the similarities between Camilla’s attire to the dress that Markle wore when she attended that Royal Variety Performance earlier this week. The pregnant wife of Prince Harry was photographed in an embellished black and white halter top and black skirt.

Camilla attended the fashion show this support to support the National Osteoporosis Society, a UK-wide charity dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of fragile bone disease. She has served as the president of the society since 2001.

The cause is also especially close to Prince Charles’ wife’s heart because her mom, Rosalind Shand, and grandmother, Sonia Rosemary Keppel, died from the same illness. Other attendees included BBC journalist Angela Rippon, “Strictly Come Dancing” judge Craig Revel Horwood, and more.

During the event, the Duchess and the other attendees also celebrated Queen Elizabeth II’s decision to give the association a royal title. It is now called the Royal Osteoporosis Society.

In related news, Camilla also made headlines this week after her secret phone calls to Prince Charles during a family holiday were revisited. In “Robert Jobson’s Royal Podcast,” royal editor Jobson spoke with Princess Diana’s former bodyguard Ken Wharfe.

“It was sad in a sense for Diana of course because Camilla was always on the back of her mind. At one point during this trip Diana was aware that Charles was on the telephone with Camilla,” he said (via Express).

After Princess Diana and Prince Charles separated in 1992, the late princess said that people who were concerned about her and her marriage told her that Prince Charles was having an affair with Camilla. This shocking revelation left her feeling devastated.

Prince Charles and Camilla wed in a civil ceremony in 2005, eight years after Princess Diana passed away in a fatal car crash in Paris. Prince Charles and Princess Diana's divorce was finalized in 1996.