Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton just dressed like holiday twins, and can we get in on this?

Sisters-in-law Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton unintentionally twinned it up in matching wine red holiday gear on November 21st, and honestly, there’s gotta be a Netflix holiday movie premise in here somewhere: The Duchess Swap? The Royal Christmas Match? The Royal Fashion…er, nevermind. Basically, Meghan and Kate went to separate events but both opted for cozy double-breasted ensembles in matching deep red holiday hues, and we’re obsessed.

Markle rocked a burgundy Club Monaco collared dress with a wool coat during a solo visit to the Hubb Community Kitchen (she collaborated with them on a cookbook earlier this year), and Kate paired a black turtleneck with a deep red Paule Ka wool skirt suit when she visited the neuroscience unit at University College London. Kate has owned her look since 2012, but Markle’s adorable babydoll dress can be yours for a cool $228 until it inevitably goes out of stock.



Meghan took her holiday look to the Hubb Community Kitchen where she helped the women prepare 300 meals for the local community. The kitchen was created to help the women affected by London’s Grenfell Tower fire. Markle wrote lovingly about the community center’s impact in the foreword to the book, Together: Our Community Cookbook.

Apparently, proceeds from the sale of the book have been so great that Meghan’s visit today was to talk upcoming plans for the kitchen, like delivering food to maternity wards and using it as safe space for women affected by domestic violence.

Kate, on the other hand, visited the neuroscience unit at the college to talk brain development in infants, and wow, we stan two sartorial and civic-minded duchesses queens.

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