Cate Blanchett responds to Harry Styles copying her style

By Meaghan Wray

Cate Blanchett has a totally unexpected fashion doppelgänger! The actress revealed onThe Ellen Degeneres Show that she had no idea Harry Styleswas copying her quirky style.

A series of photos revealed the former One Direction star, who now leads a highly successful solo career, has been slowly mimicking The Curious Case of Benjamin Button actress’ fashion sense. Cate then put the audience in the hot seat, asking who wore it best, “Who’s sitting here now? I mean, if Harry comes in next week, you can change your minds, but for now,” she joked.

The Australian star, who appeared on the show to promote her new film Thor: Ragnarok, looked chic and sophisticated in nude trousers and a red boyfriend blazer – a look both Ellen and Cate hope Harry adds to his wardrobe. “He’d look great in nude and red,” Cate exclaimed.

Both Cate and Harry are fans of velvet suits.

The Oscar winner also opened up about her new life in the country. “We’ve got pigs and chickens and dogs and cats! Our cat was raised by our Labrador, so it actually goes for a walk, like it walks the kids to school,” Cate shared, adding, “It saves me a whole lot of hassle; I send the cat out in the morning,” she joked.

The 48-year-old shares four adorable children with her playwright husband of twenty years, Andrew Upton. Back in 2015, Cate revealed the beginnings of their relationship to Ellen on her show, sharing she knew she’d marry him in the first week of meeting, “Actually after three days. He turned to me, we were in bed, as you are after three days, and he said, ‘Cate,’ and I thought, ‘he’s going to ask me to marry him and I’m going to have to say yes!’”

Turns out, Andrew was just going to ask her to go for a bite to eat, but would propose to her only 21 days later. The rest is history!

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