Members of the royal family can't stop surprising us with their outfits. But when it comes to hats, their imagination may run really wild!
During the celebration of Commonwealth Day in 2019, the royal couples and Queen Elizabeth attended the annual church service at Westminster Abbey in honour of the family of 53 nations.
The celebrations were also attended by the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, Prince Charles, and Prince Andrew.
Meghan wore a cream print dress while Kate Middleton chose to go with a red Catherine Walker coat dress, and the duo looked absolutely beautiful.
However, the highlight of both Meghan and Kate's outfit was the different hats with which they complemented their dresses.
The sisters-in-law stepped out in weird headwear that looked similar. Their hats drew the attention of the public by resembling geometrical shapes but fitting both ladies perfectly.
Meghan sported a simple yet stylish cream hat that matched her dress, while Kate opted for a chic red hat that perfected her outfit.
The duo really turned a lot of heads with their hat choices, but they were still very classy.
Since the days of old, British women, especially the Royal women, have always had an unspoken competition for the best hat or fascinator.
However, fancy hats and fascinators are really an integral part of a lady's etiquette at royal weddings.
In addition, head accessories have always been an essential part of the British culture and an element of their dressing.
Inasmuch as a lot of women wear hats and fascinators to follow the British tradition, they also wear them as a means of self-expression.
It also adds an element of fun to royal weddings: women always try to outdo each other with their hat masterpieces.
Meghan and Kate are definitely holding up the pride of British women as they sported their unique fancy hats at the Commonwealth Day celebrations.
Who do you think wore it better?