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British Royal Family

Duchess Meghan and Duchess Catherine just stepped out together in a dazzling display

The pair united for a cause very close to home.

By Jess Pullar
We've waited months for this, but boy was it worth it - Duchess Catherine and Duchess Meghan have finally made a joint appearance together at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, and all we can say is wow.
The stunning royal sisters-in-law stepped out in dazzling ensembles alongside their husbands Prince William and Prince Harry, respectively.
And while the two Duchesses joint appearances seem to be few and far between, there was no shortage of candid moments from the pair to well and truly satisfy our royal-loving hearts.
Duchesses Meghan and Catherine put on a dazzling display together at Buckingham Palace to celebrate a cause very close to home. (Images: Getty)
The fab four were reunited alongside Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace. (Image: Getty)
The celebrations at Buckingham Palace were for none other than Prince Charles himself, who was celebrating his 50-year investiture as Prince of Wales, in a glamorous event hosted by Queen Elizabeth.
Meghan and Kate couldn't have looked more at ease as they celebrated their father-in-law, even sharing a laugh together in a touching moment captured on camera.
Watch the moment in the player below!
Meghan opted to wear a stunning knee-length brocade dress with a silver and gold print, which she paired with an old favourite - her white recycled Amanda Wakely coat.
Finishing off the stunning ensemble, Meghan accessorised with a dusty pink Wilbour and Gussie bespoke clutch along with tan pumps. True to form, Meghan wore her hair in a signature low bun.
Not long to go now! The Duke and Duchess are due to welcome their first child in the following weeks. (Image: Getty)
The royal parents-to-be looked at ease as they mingled with guests during the event, with the Duchess jovially remarking about her impending due date with a guest.
Telling a guest she'd met earlier in her pregnancy that things were "a bit different then when I saw you last", Meghan was seen holding her baby bump before saying, "we're nearly there!"
Prince Harry was also keen to discuss all things baby at the event, even joking with guests about the chances of he and Meghan welcoming a second baby!
A veteran who spoke to Harry at the event told The Daily Mail: "We also joked about Wales defeating England in the Six Nations rugby. I also warned him and the duchess it serves him right as they will be getting plenty of sleepless nights when the baby is born."
"He said if they have any more than two it will serve him right."
The royal couple were animated throughout the event. (Image: Getty)
The Duchess cradled her bump as she spoke to guests. (Image: Getty)
Meanwhile Kate opted for an elegant pale blue dress with button detailing and a high neckline.
The dress is understood to be made by a "private dressmaker", according to royal correspondent Emily Andrews.
She paired the floaty style with her bespoke Alexander McQueen clutch, and wore her enviable brunette locks out in flowing waves.
Kate looked stunning in a custom created gown. (Image: Getty)
The mum-of-three opted for her signature brown waves to finish the look. (Image: Getty)
It has been 50 years since Prince Charles' Investiture as Prince of Wales, which took place on July 1, 1969 - and the occasion was not one to be missed.
Also in attendance at the event was Princess Anne, who was seen sharing a laugh with Meghan in a candid snap.
New royal bffs? We hope so! (Image: Getty)
Meanwhile the man of the hour, Prince Charles himself was also animated at the event, speaking to a number of guests including actors and singers who were invited by the royal family.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall also shared a few laughs with guests as she mingled alongside her husband.
This won't be the only time in the coming weeks we'll be seeing the British royals put on a united front. The family will again come together for a special Commonwealth Day service on March 11th.
Held at Westminster Abbey in London, the royals will together commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth - we'll be waiting patiently for more fun moments!

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