Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson also had Marilyn Monroe moments like Kate Middleton.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s embarrassing moments include those times when her skirt was blown up during her official engagements. In 2011, Middleton joined Prince William in Canada and upon their arrival at Calgary Airport, a gust of wind blew her yellow dress and exposed her thighs in public.

It turned out that Middleton is not the only royal who experienced the embarrassing event. One netizen shared several photos of the female royals battling their skirts as the wind blew it up.

One of the photos features Camilla Parker Bowles. The Duchess of Cornwall looks elegant in her baby blue dress but in the snap, she can be seen holding her hat in one hand while she puts her other hand in front of her skirt as the wind continues to blow her dress.

Another photo features the Duchess of York wearing a white hat, gray coat and white pleated skirt. In the photo, a gust of wind blew Ferguson’s skirt exposing her thighs.

Queen Elizabeth II’s Marilyn Monroe moments were also captured. In one photos, Queen Elizabeth is wearing a white cap and a printed dress. The monarch appears to be walking when the wind blew her ensemble.

In another picture, Queen Elizabeth II is wearing a red coat with matching hat,  and a black bag and gloves. Her Majesty is visibly having a hard time walking as she holds her hat while the wind blows her coat showing her skirt.

According to an etiquette expert, Middleton and Meghan Markle use a particular piece of clothing to avoid this incident. 

“Often they wear body suits and clothes that actually increase static so it’s much hard for something to fly up,” Myka Meier, founder of Beaumont Etiquette, told The Sun. “So you have an undergarment that is almost like a body suit that is one tactic that is used.”

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II has another technique. According to Stewart Parvin, he just popped a couple of weights into the hemline of the Queen’s dresses and coats to make them hang beautifully.