The royal 'Fab Four' step out for an outing with the queen

Many royal watchers are saying that William, Kate, Harry and Meghan's public appearance together for Commonwealth Day prove there is no feud between the two duchesses.
2:29 | 03/12/19

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We want to move to our cover story. Those new images we've been seeing that may put rumors of a royal rift to bed. Duchesses Kate and Meghan spent time together with the queen herself and ABC's Adrienne Bankert is here with all of the details. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning to all of you. Lara is not the only one thinking ladylike. Kate and Meghan can be in that category too. They seemed very loving with each other after reports that the two were constantly at odds. Even rumors that queen Elizabeth had to squash their spats but they truly look like sisters on their most recent royal outing. This morning, Kate and Meghan put an end to any rumor of a feud greeting each other with a kiss. Together again, no sign of any disagreements. They look very happy to see each other, particularly Kate and Meghan greeting each other with a kiss on the cheek. Big smiles, the idea that there was any disagreements, you know, there was just no evidence of that. Reporter: The display of friendship seen at the royal family's celebration of commonwealth day commemorating 70 years of unity. First of many royal arrivals. Reporter: Kate and Meghan both stunning, Meghan in a cream colored dress with marching coat and hat. Kate also color coordinated in a bold red coat dress and hat. They left afterwards with the queen and they were presented with flowers and Kate drops to a knee to speak to a little girl and Meghan stops to talk with this young boy eager to greet her. Earlier in the day Meghan and her prince took part in festivities at Canada house in London. Very nice to meet you. Reporter: The duke and duchess enjoyed the Canadian spring tradition of making maple taffy sharing the sweets with the children. Earlier in the day Meghan and Harry went to Canada house to meet young Canadians. That's interesting because I think it shows that we're going to see this couple do a lot with young people within the commonwealth and there was obviously that personal link for Meghan because she lived in Canada so for her to champion young people from candy I think was really important to her. Reporter: The new parents are given gifts like these tiny leather moccasins. You better believe everybody is going to watch what the baby is wearing, Kate Middleton, the new duchess. All of that excitement, cross continental, guys, everything is peachy. We like to hear good news. Thank you, Adrienne. You're very welcome. Are you ready for "Bachelor"

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