Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have been pitted against each other throughout the past couple of months. Now, the Duchess’ skin is also being compared by royal fans.

On the online forum site Quora, one netizen asked if the public thinks the Duchess of Sussex’s skin looks much better than the Duchess of Cambridge’s skin. However, the majority of the respondents believe otherwise.

Jade Haylay said that Prince Harry’s wife’s skin only looks nicer than Middleton’s skin because she wears too much makeup. But without the thick layers of makeup, the “Suits” star actually looks like she’s 40 years old.

“You have to understand that by taking her own personal photograph and having most picture released just through her Instagram, Duchess can nick pick which pictures of hers to use (and she has copyrighted even rest of pictures…not taken by her people. So yeah, she is censoring her pictures). And as any of us would, she chooses those when she looks younger…and without wrinkles,” she said.

Sharon Ann Cummins-Royes, a librarian and a teacher, also said that Markle’s skin isn’t more youthful than Middleton’s skin. Rather, they just have different skin types.

“Men and women with a darker complexion often age much more quickly than those who a lighter complexion. We see that with women from Iceland for instance compared to women from Morocco for instance,” she said.

Cummins-Royes also challenged the duchesses by saying that in about 20 years, the public would know which of the two female royals actually has nicer skin.

Julie Parsons, a former RGN at the National Health Service, said Markle only looks younger and fresher now because she’s only been a member of the royal family for two years.

“Give her a few more years and two more kids and a constant barrage of public scrutiny and insults and she will have the perfect haggard look just for you,” she said.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle attend day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 14, 2018, in London. Getty Images/Clive Mason