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Kate, however, the Duchess of Cambridge, failed miserably to make this list. The findings were released by the fashion online fashion platform List as part of its Year in Fashion report.

It was based on a search study of more than 100 million shoppers worldwide.

Those were the 12 most popular fashion moments of the year, choosing what was argued using the data selected by the list.

The front line includes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who retired from royal duties in late March and married Princess Beatrice in July.

Meghan and Harry shocked the world in January when they announced their desire to step down as senior members of the Royal Family.

Instead the couple vowed to be “financially independent” and said they would share their time between North America and the UK.

However many of the outfits Meghan wore for her final royal engagement in March became a fashion sensation.

On March 5, the Duchess wore a sleek blue Victoria Beckham dress to the Andrews Awards at the Mansion House in London.

The event celebrated serving and former members of the armed forces who used the game to recover from injuries or adjust to post-military life.

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An annual event to celebrate the global role played by the Commonwealth, which was attended by senior Rylo, including the Queen.

For the occasion, Meghan wore a fabulous green dress from designer Emilia Wextide.

Designer searches increased by 286 percent in the aftermath of the event.

The other royal who provided one of the top fashion moments of 2020 was Beatrice, as a result of her marriage to Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi on July 17.

The occasion, which was already delayed by coronavirus, took place in front of a small group of guests in Windsor.

Attendees included the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.

After the service a reception was held at Buckingham Garden Grounds.

Beatrice wore a vintage wedding dress for the occasion that was borrowed from the Queen.

In the next 48 hours, search for “vintage wedding dresses” in list reports has increased by 297 percent.

Beatrice later described the day as “very fun.”