Meghan Markle and Duchess Kate not only decided to coordinate outfits for Monday's Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey, they decided to take it a step further by donning similar navy suede stilettos -- Meghan's is from Manolo Blahnik and Kate's is from Rupert Sanderson.
Meghan was seen walking into the service in a $1,199 Amanda Wakeley coat and dress and a beret by Stephen Jones. Duchess Kate looked equally as stunning in a much darker look -- a dark blue Beulah London coat dress with a matching Lock and Co hat she previously wore for the Grenfell Tower Fire memorial in late 2017.
This isn't the first time Meghan and Kate decided to coordinate looks. For their first public engagement together in late February, the future sisters-in-law donned similar blue looks -- Meghan in a belted Jason Wu dress and Kate in a recycled Seraphine frock.
And while we're lovin' the coordinating action between the two, we also can't help but notice how much blue Kate has been wearing throughout her pregnancy, especially in recent weeks. Is she trying to hint at the gender of baby No. 3?
The mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte is due in April, with many hoping that she delivers her third child on the 29th, which marks her wedding anniversary with Prince William.
The royals were all in attendance on Monday, with Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also joining Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey.
Check out the slideshow above for more on Meghan and Kate's looks!
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