The Royal couples, popularly known as the Fab Four, and the Queen attended a Westminster Abbey service to mark Commonwealth Day.
The 2019 Commonwealth Day endorsed the protection of natural resources and the environment.
The good nature of Commonwealth Day must have rubbed off on the two Duchesses because of their reaction to seeing each other.
Meghan Markle, who looked snowy in a white print dress and coat with a white pillbox hat, stepped into the Westminster Abbey with her husband, Prince Harry.
Afterward, Kate Middleton, who wore a red dress with a matching hat, silver heels and purse, came in with her husband, Prince William.
When the Fab Four were all present in the church, Meghan and Kate were captured hugging and giving each other pleasantries.
Although both Duchesses had been pictured together in the previous week, at Prince Charles's investiture reception, they were last photographed embracing each other during a Christmas celebration.
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have attended the Westminster Abbey service before, but they didn't display this much affection.
It's good to see that the duo is getting along, and Kate is being supportive of Meghan. A source told ELLE that:
“Meghan has certainly turned to Kate for guidance and inspiration, when choosing her outfits for royal engagements."
The Duchesses are usually busy with their charity and functions. It is understandable that they don't get to spend much time together.
Nonetheless, the two sweet-hearted ladies have an amicable relationship. Hopefully, we will get to see more sweet moments between the two!