Just days after making a surprise joint appearance at a charity polo match with their young families on Wednesday, the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex seem eager to finally put those feud rumours to bed, stepping out together on Saturday to attend Wimbledon's Ladies' Singles Finals.
Throughout the final – which saw Simona Halep defeating Serena Williams to become the first Romanian to win Wimbledon - the sisters-in-law looked happy and relaxed as they chatted and laughed from the sidelines.
The royal mums were also joined by another member of the Middleton family, Kate's younger sister Pippa, which saw the Middleton sisters sitting either side of Meghan.
Duchess Catherine looked chic in a beautiful custom-made Dolce & Gabbana dress, which featured gold button detailing. According to BAZAAR.com it's not the first time we've seen the outfit, as she's previously worn it during the royal tour of Canada in 2016.
With her hair styled in her signature waves, Kate accessorised with Woodland Oak Leaf earrings by Asprey along with cream-coloured pumps and a handbag.
The royal mum-of-three arrived to day 12 of the tennis championship ahead of Meghan to have lunch with former champions and club members - Kate is the royal patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the organisation responsible for hosting Wimbledon.
Meanwhile Duchess Meghan looked effortlessly stylish in a white shirt and pleated skirt combo.
The crisp white shirt is also a recycled look by Meghan, previously wearing the Givenchy item to the Endeavour Awards earlier this year, while according to @replicateroyals on Twitter, her printed pleated skirt is by Hugo Boss.
Wearing her hair in a slicked back ponytail, the Duchess accessorised with a Stella McCartney bag and blue Jennifer Meyer stud earrings.
Buckingham Palace confirmed on Friday that the two Duchesses would be attending, however Pippa's attendance was a lovely surprise.
Kate's sister, who also attended some of the earlier days of this year's tournament - once with her and Kate's younger brother James Middleton, and the other with her husband James Matthews - looked beautifully summery in a white and blue floral print dress and wore her hair in a stylish side-plait.
Saturday's appearance marks almost exactly a year since Catherine and Meghan's joint appearance at the tennis tournament last year, their first joint appearance since Meghan became a member of the royal family following her historic wedding to Prince Harry on May 19th last year.
It also wasn't the first appearances for Kate and Meghan at the tournament this year. Last week Duchess Catherine made an unannounced appearance on day two of the championship, turning heads in a chic white shirt dress from Suzannah accessorised with a black Alexander McQueen belt and black suede heels.
And in an unexpected move the 37-year-old also surprisingly ditched the plush seats of the royal box to watch a match on the outer courts.
The Duchess, accompanied by her two good friends (and tennis pros themselves) Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong, watched British wildcard Harriet Dart take on Christina McHale at Court 14.
Meanwhile, new mum Meghan showed up on Thursday July 4th to attend the second-round match of her good friend Serena Williams, accompanied by two of her long-time college pals Genevieve Hillis and Lindsay Roth – who also attended Archie's christening that weekend.
The Duchess opted for a more casual look wearing a pinstripe blazer, black cami, jeans and heels. She finished the look with an adorable tribute to two-month-old Archie – a delicate gold necklace with a tiny 'A'.
Following her appearance, the jewellery designer of the necklace, Australian-based Emma Swann, said there were so many fans eager to emulate the necklacethat her website, Verse Fine Jewellery, crashed twice due to not being able to cope with the high traffic.
While Meghan's surprise appearance delighted many of her fans, it didn't go down well with everyone, with some spectators labelling her a "diva" for reportedly having her security team tell spectators to not take photos of her as she was there in a "private capacity", despite the fact many had not known she had been there in the first place.
The incident caused heated debate about whether she could've considered that very public event private, and whether, as a member of the royal family, she should be demanding such things.
The latest debate was yet just another controversy and criticism to add to saddening long list of criticism and controversy surrounding the Duchess of Sussex, including the rumours that her and Catherine are currently feuding.
We can only hope that after today's appearance together, in which they looked as if they were having a grand old time, along with their families' joint appearance at the charity polo, that the rumours of a feud between Kate and Meghan have finally been put to bed.
While we are unlikely to see the two Duchesses out in public again anytime soon, as Meghan is currently on maternity leave until October, we can expect to see Meghan on Sunday night when she attends the European premiere of The Lion King, with Prince Harry.
Buckingham Palace confirmed earlier this week that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would both be attending the event where the couple are expected to meet the cast and crew of the film as well as meeting representatives from organisations doing ground-breaking work in the areas of conservation and the environment.
Part of the star-studded cast is none other than music royalty Beyoncé, who voices Nala in the Disney re-make, and with the very high chance that she'll be attending the premiere, the internet is already hanging out in anticipation to see Beyoncé and Meghan meet.
The meeting will be particularly significant after the pop star not only paid tribute to the Duchess in her BRITs acceptance video in February, but also acknowledged Meghan on her website in honour of Black History Month.
"Meghan brought many Black traditions to her Royal Wedding, including a Chicago-based Black pastor, an amazing gospel choir, and a young Black cellist," Beyoncé wrote on her website.
"At the wedding her culture was front and centre, and she and Prince Harry have continued to push the race relations dialogue forward both near and far."
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