The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shown just how in love they are ever since debuting as a couple at Toronto's Invictus Games last year. But their most recent relationship move – aside from getting pregnant, of course – is really the icing on top of the cake. While en route to Fiji from Australia's Fraser Island on Tuesday (Oct. 24), the couple donned matching "his and hers" shirts in the ultimate twinning moment that almost went unnoticed!
Walking along the island's airport tarmac hand in hand, Duchess Meghan donned a crisp white linen "Eileen" button-up by Los Angeles-based brand Frank & Eileen, while Prince Harry opted for the brand's black "Luke" version. Royal fans eager to emulate the duchess's fashion savvy can pick up the top on sale for CA$148 from Neiman Marcus site (they ship to Canada!), but the item usually rings in at a cool CA$297. The former actress paired the top with black jeans and Aquazzura DJ Mules.
And just when we thought this couple power move was cute enough, the story behind the label – born in Meghan's hometown of LA – makes it even sweeter. The fashion company was lovingly named in honour of the founder Audrey McLoghlin's grandparents, who fell in love in Ireland back in 1947. The brand is thoroughly a testament to true love – a message the duke and duchess can definitely get behind.
The newlyweds' first overseas royal tour began with the announcement of baby Sussex on the way, and continued with sweet interactions with children, reunions with old fan friends and all the PDA Sussex fans could ever hope for. With just six days left of their 16-day journey, Harry and Meghan will head to the Kingdom of Tonga before wrapping up the whirlwind tour in New Zealand. Fingers crossed for more sweet moments from the Royal Family's modern romance!