Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined forces with Kate Middleton and Prince William to pay tribute to Prince Charles at a palace party on Tuesday.
The royal foursome were on hand at the royal reception, which was hosted by Queen Elizabeth, to begin the 50th anniversary celebrations of Charles, 70, being invested as Prince of Wales.
Meghan, who is expecting her first child in April, wore her Amanda Wakeley white coat over a metallic brocade knee-length dress. She paired the look with nude heels and a metallic clutch. Kate opted for a pale green dress with ruffled sleeves and a high neck with button details. She wore cream heels and carried a matching pastel bespoke clutch.
The two royal couples, who spoke with guests at the palace reception, were last seen together in public on Christmas Day in Sandringham as they made their way to church services.
Since Meghan officially joined the royal family with her wedding last year to Harry, there has been a shake up in its synergy. However, both Meghan and Kate are exceedingly capable of owning the spotlight.
“An ordinary woman is not going to get to become a princess,” a palace insider previously told PEOPLE. “There is a necessary strength of character and ambition and single-mindedness. It takes someone really strong. That is Kate and Meghan.”
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