Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton and Prince William—dubbed the 'Fab Four' by the British press—have stepped out together for the second time this month. The royal couples had another twinning moment and colour-co-ordinated outfits for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, with all four wearing some variation of navy and white.
The foursome attended a church service alongside Queen Elizabeth II, where they honoured the 53 nations which still make up the Commonwealth.
When Meghan Markle and the Duchess of Cambridge attended the our eyes were immediately drawn to their feet; both women wore near identical blue suede pointed pumps.
While, on first glance, they could have been the same pair, on closer inspection subtle differences can be noted - from the shade of navy to the positioning of the heel.
Markle, who will wed Prince Harry in Windsor on May 19th, opted for a classic pair of Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
Manolo Blahnik BB pumps, Dhs2,450
Whilst Kate Middleton, currently in the third trimester of her pregnancy with her third child, opted for either her favourite Jimmy Choo Romy heels or Prada pointed courts.
Prada suede court shoes, Dhs2,760
Jimmy Choo Romy heels, Dhs2,300
Either way, both women know the power of having a good pair of staple suede pumps in their wardrobe.