Both the Venator-Class star destroyer from Star Wars and the British Navy's new H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth share a common design feature, namely two separate structures for the control of the ship and of the aircraft (or in the case of the Venator) spacecraft stored aboard. I was wondering if this is a coincidence or if this is another example of Star Wars taking inspiration from real life.
The aircraft carrier wasn't even ordered until 2007 however, so it would seem unlikely that the dual bridges of the Venator were inspired by this unless the bridge started as just an aesthetic choice and the in universe explanation was only given later (there is also the slim possibility that the engineers of the Elizabeth watched the prequels and thought "Hey that's how we should do it!").
Is there any actual evidence of any causal link between the two in the form of interviews or commentaries or anything or am I just reaching?