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The wives of Windsor opted for two very different looks when they joined the royal family for a Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey today.
The Duchess of Cambridge plumped for an old favourite, recycling a vibrant red Catherine Walker number she first wore in 2014.
Kate - Heads - Button - Coat - New
Kate, 37, turned heads in the knee-length button down coat, which she wore in New Zealand five years ago, and her classic go-to suede heels.
Fresh from a busy morning at Canada House, her sister-in-law performed a quick outfit change, swapping a green Erdem coat for a chain print Victoria Beckham dress.
Meghan - £1 - Cream - Midi - Custom
Meghan's £1,191 cream midi is a custom made take on the label's forthcoming AW19 collection, altered to accommodate her growing baby bump.
The sleeveless style had a fitted waistline that flares into a midi-length hem and appeared to have been taken up at the neckline for modesty.
Duchess - Sussex - Floaty - Cream - Dress
The Duchess of Sussex, also 37, teamed her floaty cream dress with a matching coat and statement hat, adding green satin pumps and a matching clutch.
For her first engagement of the day, Meghan, who is eight months pregnant, chose a coat and matching dress by Canadian designer Erdem, teamed with £485 Aquazzura pumps, as she arrived at Trafalgar Square with Prince Harry.
Bottle - Wool - Number - Montreal-born - Designer
The bottle green wool number by the Montreal-born designer featured black embellishment on the cuffs and collar, described by the label as 'Doria beaded rose embroidery'...
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