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Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle co-ordinate their navy and white outfits at Westminster Abbey

Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle co-ordinate their navy and white outfits at Westminster Abbey

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle attended the Commonwealth Day service at the Westminster Abbey, the young women were smart enough to coordinate their outfits. They looked glamorous in a white coat and navy dress, while Princess Anne’s outfit was similar to Ms Markles’s one.

Royals attend Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on Monday, which was Meghan’s first official event with the Queen. Ex-actress’s presence sealed her place in the royal British family, so it was no wonder she wanted to get her fashion choices spot on.

The 36-year-old Meghan looked effortlessly chic and elegant at the same time, Prince Harry in his navy blue suit seemed happy and relaxed. Former Suits star Meghan Markle donned glamorous white coat by Amanda Wakeley, teamed with a navy dress and matching suede heels. By the way, Princess Anne also opted for a cream and navy ensemble.

Kate Middleton continued her run of blue outfits in navy coat and hat, she completed her look with the coordinated clutch. The pregnant wife of Prince William looked gorgeous but the white outfit of Meghan overshadowed Kate’s.

Commonwealth Day service is an important event in the royal schedule

Queen Elizabeth preferred the purple coat and hat, she smiled to the public. London will soon host a gathering of leaders from the ‘family of nations’ and the Queen also paid tribute to the biennial event, an example of how consensus can ‘help to create a future that is fairer, more secure, more prosperous and sustainable’.

In her message the Queen says:

‘Through exchanging ideas, and seeing life from other perspectives, we grow in understanding and work more collaboratively towards a common future.

‘There is a very special value in the insights we gain through the Commonwealth connection; shared inheritances help us overcome difference so that diversity is a cause for celebration rather than division.