Kate Middleton is taking some cues from her sister-in-law Meghan Markle style-wise.

On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out together to visit Coach Core Essex in Basildon. The organization aims to train young people to become coaches and encourages the next generation of athletes.

Kat Hopps, a journalist for Express, reported that based on Middleton's style during the outing, it seemed that she has taken cues from the Duchess of Sussex. For the outing, Middleton channeled Markle by wearing black jeans and heels. She paired it with a turtleneck sweater and white patterned Smythe blazer. As usual, the royal mom of three accessorized with her favorite earrings from Kiki McDonough.

In addition, Middleton was photographed embracing the children who gathered to greet her. Markle is popular for breaking royal protocol by hugging royal fans, and the Duchess of Cambridge is now doing the same.

Prince Harry and Markle previously visited the same branch. "Coach Core offers a real chance for young people to move into employment or training and in turn will inspire thousands of others to take part in sport – extending the positive reach of the programme," Prince Harry said of their visit.

In related news, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex broke another royal protocol during their visit to New Zealand when they agreed to do a selfie with two fans."I just asked 'can I get a photo, can I get a photo? and Harry said, 'Yeah, sure!'" Jan Richardson, the 9-year-old girl's mom recalled.

According to previous reports, the members of the royal family are forbidden to do selfies. Queen Elizabeth II reportedly finds this "disconcerting" and doesn't want any member of the Firm to participate in it. Former US ambassador Matthew Barzun also told Tatler that the monarch finds "selfies" strange.

In related news, the Duchess of Cambridge and Queen Elizabeth II reportedly had a private meeting before Prince William and Middleton's royal wedding in 2011. According to Amazon Prime's documentary titled "Kate Middleton: Working Class to Windsor," Her Majesty taught Middleton lessons on how to become a royal wife.

"From the beginning, Kate Middleton had a great deal of support from the Royal Family which was really instructed by the Queen," Ashley Pearson said. "[This was] to make sure that she knew as much as she could possibly know and what to do in every situation – bearing in mind, of course, that she didn’t grow up in this world."