When celebrities and royals have such stunning bridal fashion, it’s not surprising that they would take style cues from each other on their big days. Grace Kelly’s gown is particularly iconic , but which other A-listers took inspiration from each other? The return of Melania Trump: 5 signs she’s making a comeback Rita Hayworth and Princess Margaret Wedding of Prince Aly Khan of Pakistan and Hollywood's Rita Hayworth | 1949 pic.twitter.com/frhiYtEoRe — Pakistan (@BeautyPakistani) May 13, 2016 Actress Rita Hayworth’s Christian Dior dress for her 1949 wedding to Prince Aly Khan of Pakistan was periwinkle blue with a V-neck and full skirt. She paired the tea-length dress with a matching Dior hat. In 1960, the queen’s sister Princess Margaret wed Antony Armstrong-Jones in a silk organza Norman Hartnell gown that had a similar shape. The long-sleeved gown also featured a V-neckline, which Brides magazine writes was risqué at the time. Grace Kelly, Nicky Hilton and Paris Hilton Grace Kelly wore a long-sleeve, high-neck wedding gown when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956. Designed by Helen Rose, Kelly’s dress used 400 total yards of ivory faille and silk net. Nicky Hilton’s Valentino haute couture wedding gown in 2015 also featured a high-neck bodice made of lace. Hilton married investment banker James Rothschild at Kensington Palace in London. When Paris Hilton and Carter Reum wed on November 11, Hilton wore a custom Oscar de la Renta wedding dress with sheer lace that was reminiscent of her sister’s and Kelly’s gowns. Is Kanye West really dating a Kim K superfan? Meet Vinetria, his new flame The dress was designed by Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim, Vogue reported. The ball gown, which had long sleeves and a high neckline, also included a sheer bodice covered with floral lace that flowed onto the full tulle skirt. Kate Middleton and Princess Sofia of Sweden In 2011, Kate Middleton married Prince William in an Alexander McQueen dress designed by Sarah Burton that had lace sleeves and a V-neckline. The gown featured handmade lace appliqué by the Royal School of Needlework and a nearly 2.7-metre-long (nine-foot-long) train. The floral embroidery on the sleeves paid homage to the UK. The roses, thistles, daffodils and shamrocks represented the four national emblems of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Princess Sofia of Sweden’s 2015 wedding dress by Ida Sjöstedt bore a resemblance. The silk organza and crepe dress featured handmade lace in three shades of white, according to The Knot. Princess Anne and Princess Maxima of the Netherlands Princess Anne’s cowl-necked wedding dress from 1973 was designed by Maureen Baker of Susan Small. The gown featured a high neck, trumpet sleeves, and a two-metre-long (seven-foot-long) train, according to Vogue . In 2002, Princess Maxima of the Netherlands married Prince Willem-Alexander in a Valentino dress. Maxima’s dress, made of ivory mikado silk, featured three-quarter-length sleeves and lace panels on the sides of the skirt, according to Hello! magazine. Its neckline was similar to the one on Princess Anne’s dress. Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Princess Martha Louise of Norway and Queen Letizia of Spain View this post on Instagram A post shared by HM The Queen of the Belgians (@queen.mathilde) Queen Mathilde of Belgium’s dress from her 1999 wedding to King Philippe included a high-standing collar. The long-sleeved coat dress featured buttons down the front. Meghan’s week from hell: from a court apology to private texts revealed Princess Märtha Louise of Norway ’s collared wedding gown from 2002 bore a resemblance to Queen Mathilde’s. She married Ari Behn in a coat dress by Norwegian designer Wenche Lyche, according to Vogue . Queen Letizia of Spain chose a Manuel Pertegaz wedding dress for her 2004 marriage to King Felipe that also featured a statement collar. The collar was embroidered with fleur de lys and wheat, symbols from a Spanish royal crest, according to Hello! magazine. Ellie Goulding and Miranda Kerr Singer Ellie Goulding wed Caspar Jopling in a gown designed by Chloé’s creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi in August 2019. The dress featured a ruffled lace collar and hand-stitched White Roses of York. It took over 640 hours to make, Harper’s Bazaar reported. Miranda Kerr’s custom-made Dior Haute Couture wedding dress also featured a high neck and similar floral appliqués. The Belgian lace, silk, taffeta and tulle dress was embellished with lilies of the valley. Pippa Middleton and Katrina Bowden Pippa Middleton wore a custom Giles Deacon lace wedding gown for her 2017 wedding to James Matthews. Middleton’s dress featured a high neck and cap sleeves. 11 weird staff only British royals need – from grand carver to music master Actress Katrina Bowden wore a similar design in 2013 when she wed Ben Jorgensen. It was a Christos “Eve” gown. Bowden, best known for her roles in 30 Rock and The Bold and the Beautiful , and Jorgensen’s wedding took place at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Infanta Cristina of Spain and Meghan Markle View this post on Instagram A post shared by Eugenia Garavani (@eugeniagaravani) Infanta Cristina of Spain wore a custom Lorenzo Caprile gown in 1997 for her wedding to Inaki Urdangarin. The silk gown featured an off-the-shoulder silhouette. Meghan Markle’s Givenchy dress designed by Clare Waight Keller resembled the look when she wed Prince Harry in 2018. The Duchess of Sussex worked closely with Waight Keller on the design of the silk organza dress, which featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and three-quarter-length sleeves, Kensington Palace announced at the time. Princess Victoria of Sweden and Princess Charlene Princess Victoria of Sweden wore a dress with a folded neckline designed by Pär Engsheden when she married Prince Daniel in 2010. The duchess satin gown also featured a 16-foot train. Princess Charlene wore a similar Giorgio Armani Privé gown with a folded, off-the-shoulder neckline for her wedding to Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2011. The gown, sewn from cream silk duchesse satin, featured mother-of-pearl and Swarovski crystal embellishments, according to Harper’s Bazaar. Are Meghan and Oprah obsessed with each other? 9 things to know Princess Eugenie and Princess Nina of Greece Princess Eugenie’s wedding gown featured a neckline that folded around the shoulders, a low back, and a long, flowing train. The gown was designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. Instead of a veil, Eugenie opted for the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara with diamonds and emeralds. Princess Nina of Greece’s Chanel wedding dress had a similar silhouette to Eugenie’s. The white silk moire taffeta gown featured a V-neck, a bow at the front and a pleated skirt. This article originally appeared on Insider Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .