Royal fans were treated to a double helping of Duchess this morning as Kate and Meghan arrived together at Sandringham for the Christmas Day service – each sporting extremely different styles.
Side by side, Kate the Duchess of Cambridge, 36, and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, 37, appeared to have put their reported differences aside as they strode toward the church with their husbands.
However, their choice of outfit could not have been further apart with Kate going for a classic look and Meghan choosing chic in items from Victoria Beckham’s clothing line.
An ever-stylish Kate cut a classic figure in a red dress coat with a burgundy collar and matching hat, teamed with gold accessories, gloves and a red Bayswater clutch by Mulberry. She wore dark tights and modest red Gianvito Rossi heels, appearing to be continuing with a forties era style.
Recently the Duchess has appeared in A-line coats, shouldered jackets and mid-length skirts as she leads the pack for Royal fashion.
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex however, opted for a much more modern outfit.
The Duchess who came in on Prince Harry’s arm took the unusual decision to wear all dark colours and high heeled black boots.
She wore a double breasted tailored £2,250 coat from the VB line, as well as a pair of boots by David Beckham’s wife. The stylish Duchess also carried a £1,200 powder box bag by the Spice Girl turned designer.
However, she was matched perfectly with her husband who wore a lighter shade of blue.
The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex and the Duke of Sussex arriving to attend the Christmas Day morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church
The Duchess of Cambridge (left) wore red and burgundy while the Duchess of Sussex (right) opted for navy blue with black boots
Kate and Meghan reportedly fell out over the last year with Kate being reported as crying at Princess Charlotte’s dress fitting for Meghan’s wedding
The Duchesses appeared to have put aside their differences. Their style on Christmas Day however, remained worlds apart
The duchesses and their prince husbands arrived together to put on a united front – despite rumours of a rift
The former suits actress who married Prince Harry in May also wore black, calf height boots over a dark dress, coat and matching hat with dark blue feathers protruding from it.
The Duchess of Sussex may have a lot to learn from Prince William’s wife who has become a style icon.
Kate’s clothes fly off shelves of stores whenever she wears them.
Recently, she has opted for 40s and 50s style – and the fashion world is lapping it up.
Kate, 36, and Meghan, 37, were greeted by adoring crowds as they made their way to St Mary Magdalene Church, a short walk from Sandringham House on the Royal Family’s Norfolk estate.
Prince William, 36, and Harry, 34, joined their wives and the rest of the Royal Family as they put on a united front amid rumours of a ‘rift’ and mounting tensions between the two couples.
The couples are spotted walking through the gates at Sandringham as they make their way to the Christmas Day church service today
The two couples put on a united front this morning amid rumours of a royal rift and mounting tensions between the ‘Fab Four’
The Queen today in Sandringham after she arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church this morning
It was confirmed earlier this month that the ‘Fab Four’ were going to spend Christmas Day together despite claims of a falling out.
It began after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they were moving out of Kensington Palace to live in Frogmore House in Windsor.
There were also reports of a falling out between Meghan and Kate during Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress fitting before the royal wedding earlier this year.
It was then hinted that the Cambridge’s would spend the day with the Middleton family in Berkshire, and Harry and Meghan would spend it with the Queen.
However Kensington Palace confirmed they would be celebrating the day together in what is expected to be a show of solidarity between the royals.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge has taken a liking to forties and fifties style of late with A-line coats and jackets with defined shoulders and buttoned waistlines. Pictured rightat Leicester City Football Club to pay tribute to those who were tragically killed in the helicopter crash at the King Power Stadium on November 28 and left at the National Service of Remembrance