The Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle had a case of the blues on Wednesday (Feb. 28), but that was only where their coordinated ensembles were concerned. Looking sensational as they joined Prince William and Prince Harry at their first offical royal appearance as a foursome, the royals were dressed to impress at the first annual Royal Foundation Forum in central London. Turning to one of her favourite maternity brands, pregnant Kate looked radiant in a cornflower blue Seraphine dress with button details, which she paired with pumps. Meghan turned to a navy trench-style dress by Canada-raised, New York-based Jason Wu, looking fabulous as she anchored the look with black pumps featuring an ankle strap.
The event was themed 'Making a Difference Together,' showcasing the programmes run by The Royal Foundation, which includes causes close to the young royals' hearts: Heads Together and the Invictus Games. The two royal couples were all smiles as they appeared on stage together to discuss the Foundation's projects. After the royal wedding in May, Meghan is due to become the fourth Patron of The Royal Foundation.
Crowds were thrilled to see Kate and Meghan together at a royal engagement and both ladies looked stylish as ever. Kate's long brunette locks were coiffed to perfection and she sported natural make up which highlighted her pregnancy glow. Meghan, 36, wore her her hair loose in a sleek, straight style and bronzer and lipgloss were added, giving her a polished look.
On Tuesday, the Duchess wowed in a blue military coat with white-trimmed detail by Jenny Packham when she visited the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) where she has become a patron of the Nursing Now campaign. Kate wore the coat open over a matching blue dress, and co-ordinating Jimmy Choo high heel shoes.
Meghan, meanwhile, recently wowed royal fans on a visit to Edinburgh, where she braved the cold conditions in patriotic tartan coat by Burberry, black trousers by Veronica Beard and a green bag by Strathberry.