Duchesses Kate and Meghan proved it is all about the hats as they stepped out with their husbands and other members of the royal family to celebrate Commonwealth Day.
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Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, color-blocked in a red Catherine Walker coat paired with a red hat.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, paired her white coat, reportedly by designer Victoria Beckham, with a white hat.
The sisters-in-law joined their spouses, Prince William and Prince Harry, at Westminster Abbey for a Commonwealth Day Service with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Andrew.
Meghan was seen talking with Kate and sharing a laugh with Prince Charles at the service, which celebrates the 53 Commonwealth countries around the world.
On #CommonwealthDay The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and Members of the @RoyalFamily for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. pic.twitter.com/aTLekfZxm8— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 11, 2019
Prior to the service, Prince Harry and Meghan, wearing an embellished green coat dress reportedly by Erdem, made a visit to Canada House in London.
The couple, who are expecting their first child next month, joined kids making maple taffy, a Canadian tradition, and met with young Canadians working in fashion, the arts, business and education, according to Kensington Palace.
?? Joining young Canadians demonstrating the Canadian spring tradition of making maple taffy.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 11, 2019
En compagnie des jeunes Canadiens qui célèbrent la tradition printanière canadienne de la tire d’érable. #CommonwealthDay #ConnectedCommonwealth pic.twitter.com/Thpbnn9gB6
???????? The Duke and Duchess meet young Canadians working in fashion, the arts, business and academia.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 11, 2019
Le duc et la duchesse rencontrent des jeunes Canadiens qui œuvrent dans les domaines de la mode, des arts et des affaires et dans le monde universitaire.#CommonwealthDay pic.twitter.com/Azv7mHNybu
The expectant parents also received baby gifts of boots and a onesie featuring a maple leaf.
Meghan, who lived in Canada for several years while filming "Suits," was named on Friday, International Women's Day, as vice president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, an organization that supports and connects young leaders. Harry was named Commonwealth Youth Ambassador last year by Queen Elizabeth.