Now that we’ve more or less seen the photographic evidence that Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton‘s rumored feud has been put to bed (look at all of these pics of them smiling together!), we can focus on what’s truly important about the royals’ Christmas celebration: their outfits. We kid, we kid—but seriously, the two duchesses really outdid themselves this year.
The pair attended the traditional Christmas morning church service near the queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk alongside their husbands, Prince William and Prince Harry, as well as the Queen and Prince Charles. Not only did they look super-chic in their individual looks, but their outfits were so well-coordinated it was as if they’d planned it.
Kate wore head-to-toe reds, with everything from her hat down to her shoes showing off the shade. She paired her crimson ’40s-style coat—reportedly custom-made by one of her favorite designers, Catherine Walker—with a bordeaux Bayswater clutch by Mulberry, another favorite piece of hers (she also has it in two other colors).
Completing the look? Bordeaux Gianvito Rossi heels and finished the look with a vintage-y “halo headband” by milliner Jane Taylor that encircled her loosely curled hair. Here it is from the side and back:
Her whole Christmas outfit almost identical to the forest green look she wore for this November’s Remembrance Day—down to a similar hair accessory and, yep, Catherine Walker coat.
Meghan also opted for a monochromatic outfit, pairing a navy sheath dress with a Victoria Beckham coat and purse, as well as an ombré-feathered fascinator in the same classic shade of blue. She finished off her festive look with boots, also by Beckham, and her signature low bun.
This is Meghan’s second Christmas with the royals, but her first as an official member of the family. Last year, she went for a designer-heavy look that consisted of a wide-collar Sentaler coat, a Chloé bag, a Philip Treacy fascinator-ish hat, plus suede Stuart Weitzman boots.
Kate Middleton’s 2017 outfit was equally as statement-making, thanks to an iconic $2,200 Miu Miu tartan coat.
We’ll consider this all the royal inspiration we need to experiment with monochrome and shade-mixing. After all, it doesn’t get much more festive outfit-wise than these two duchesses’ looks.