Carrie Johnson looked to the Duchess of Cambridge for her style inspiration for the G7 summit.
The newlywed, 33, showed off her style prowess over the long weekend in Cornwall in which she wore a host of rented dresses from websites Hurr and My Wardrobe HQ.
Several of the outfits appeared almost direct replicas of Kate Middleton's, 39, including floral midi dresses, colourful gowns and vibrant trouser suits.
The mother-of-one also opted for some of the royal's favourite brands for the occasion including high street stalwarts like LK Bennett and Zara, as well as designer label The Vampire's Wife.
Carrie Johnson, 33, looked to the Duchess of Cambridge, 39 for her style inspiration for the G7 summit in Cornwall this weekend (pictured left, Kate Middleton wearing green D&G at Wimbledon in 2019, and right, the newlywed in a similar gown from LK Bennett)
Several of the newlywed's outfits appeared to be almost direct replicas of Kate Middleton's, 39, including floral midi dresses, colourful gowns and vibrant trouser suits (pictured left, the Duchess at Chelsea Flower Show in 2019; right, Carrie wearing a similar gown on Saturday)
Pick florals like Carrie in Damselfly London
Carrie Johnson joined her husband at the G7 summit in Cornwall this week. While she was spotted earlier in the day wearing a formal Amanda Wakeley suit, she slipped into something more casual for a relaxed trip to Carbis Bay in the evening.
Carrie's dress is from Damselfly London and has been rented from My Wardrobe HQ. The newlywed paired the dress with luxe Air & Grace loafers in a cool metallic gold.
Damselfly London is a great British brand that focuses on sustainable, slow fashion. Carrie opted for their Pandora style for the outing, which is made from 100% sustainably sourced cotton and is made in London.
We love the delicate purple floral print. Plus, the flared hem and cuffs add a romantic, prairie-inspired twist to the piece.
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Eco-conscious Carrie is hired multiple some of her wardrobe for the event - two collections from dress hire companies My Wardrobe HQ and Hurr Collective were delivered before the summit last week.
Meanwhile she also opted for a similar silhouette to one favoured by the Duchess: narrow and feminine with a high neckline, pouffy shoulders and a mid-calf-length skirt.
Meeting with President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr Jill Biden, Carrie donned a scarlet £325 LK Bennett gown, a well known favourite of Kate's.
The vibrant red dress was described online as inspired by the 'glamour of the chic 1930s'.
While the Duchess was praised for stepping out in a cobalt blue suit while filming for the Pride of Britain awards last year (left) Carrie opted to wear a similar £990 two-piece from royal-favourite Amanda Wakeley for a trip to the theatre (right)
It was remarkably similar to a dress worn by the Duchess during an outing to Wimbledon in 2019, with identical bow detailing across the front, oversized pearl buttons to the bodice and puff shoulders.
The VERY rock and roll brand that counts Kate Middleton AND Carrie Johnson among it's celebrity fans
Best known as a former model and wife of Nick Cave, frontman of the rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Susie Cave is also the designer behind fashion house The Vampire’s Wife.
Launched in 2014, the brand takes its name from an unfinished novel by Nick. Full of ultra-feminine dresses tinged with vintage touches, the designs are timelessly beautiful rather than trend-focused.
The brand has also developed a cult following, with celebrity fans including Alexa Chung, Sienna Miller, Cate Blanchett and Keira Knightley.
And while Kate was praised for stepping out in a cobalt blue suit while filming for the Pride of Britain awards last year, Carrie opted to wear a similar £990 two-piece from royal-favourite Amanda Wakeley for a trip to the theatre.
Elsewhere, she also looked to some of Kate's favourite designers for the event.
Carrie rented her £805 gown from The Vampire's Wife to attend an evening reception at the Eden Project, while Kate opted to wear her green metallic version of the same dress during her tour of Ireland last year.
She also donned a vibrant bright pink gown from London-based designer Roksanda Ilincic.
The Duchess of Cambridge is just one of the famous fans of her bold colour-blocking and clean, unfussy lines, with others including Princess Beatrice, Samantha Cameron, Michelle Obama and Tilda Swinton.
Similarly to the mother-of-three, Carrie also opted to champion little-known British brands during the summit, and made sure to wear local designers on each event over the weekend.
On Thursday, the mother-of-one looked stylish in a chic mustard yellow dress from small British brand Alice Early for a beach walk with Boris Johnson.
The £265 dress, which was made in London, is described online as 'a jewel' which will 'brighten up the dullest of days'.
During a beach BBQ on Saturday, Carrie wore a floral printed gown from Damselfly London dress, which retails for £295 but was believed to have been rented.
Carrie rented her £805 gown from The Vampire's Wife to attend an evening reception at the Eden Project (right), while Kate opted to wear her green metallic version of the same dress during her tour of Ireland last year (left)
Carrie also donned a vibrant bright pink gown from London-based designer Roksanda Ilincic (right) The Duchess is just one of the famous fans of her bold colour-blocking and clean, unfussy lines (left, in Sydney in 2014)
Carrie Johnson wowed in a rented wardrobe from Kate's favourites designers during long weekend in Cornwall
9 June - Walk on the beach with Boris
Carrie Johnson wore a mustard yellow £265 from British designer Alice Early during her walk along a beach with husband Boris last week
Alice Early dress - £265 - rented
10 June - Meeting the Bidens
The newlywed looked to Kate Middleton for inspiration for her second look of the weekend, wearing LK Bennett and Zara - two of the Duchess' favourite brands
LK Bennett dress - £325
Zara shoes - £50
11 June - G7 Summit photocall
Carrie donned a vibrant bright pink gown from London-based designer Roksanda Ilincic for the G7 Summit photocall on Friday
Roksanda dress - £1,395 - believed to have been rented
LK Bennett shoes - £175
G7 reception at the Eden Project
Carrie rented her £805 gown from The Vampire's Wife to attend an evening reception at the Eden Project
The Vampire's Wife dress - £805 - believed to have been rented
Prada heels - believed to have been rented
Gucci bag - believed to have been rented
12th June - Theatre trip
The newlywed opted for a rented £990 Amanda Wakeley suit to welcome guests to the G7 summit
Amanda Wakeley suit - £990 - believed to have been rented
Jimmy Choo heels - - believed to have been rented
Alighieri necklace - £700 - believed to have been rented
Carrie wore a floral gown from independent store Damselfly London dress for the final event, a beach BBQ
Damselfly London dress - £295 - believed to have been rented
Air and Grace London shoes - £149