Kate Middleton stuns in Emilia Wickstead dress while Meghan Markle looks chic in white for Platinum Jubilee thanksgiving

KATE Middleton and Meghan Markle pulled out all the fashion stops as they were publicly reunited for the first time since Megxit.

As part of The Queen's four-day Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the Royal Family attended a Thanksgiving ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral.


The Duchess of Cambridge turned to one of her favourite designers Emilia Wickstead for the occasion.

The mum-of-three looked effortlessly elegant in one of her signature dress coats in a summery shade of lemon yellow.

Putting her hair up in a chic chignon, the Duchess finished off her ensemble with a matching Phillip Treacy hat and floral feature.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussexalso chose a chic dress coat for the celebration of The Queen's 70 years on the throne.

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Complete with a crisp collar, the cream coat also had a minimal belt which cinched the mum-of-two in at the waist.

Just like her sister-in-law, the former Suits actress finished off her outfit for the day with an asymmetric hat in a matching shade of cream.

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Harry and Meghan had to squeeze past his cousins and their husbands Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank, who were already seated, to get to their places.

The duke was then spotted with his mouth open, appearing to be enjoying a joke with another royal seated across the aisle.

Beatrice, a few seats down, was also grinning in the same direction.

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Charles and Camilla were the last royals to arrive, stopping to speak with members of the clergy before making their way to their seats in the front row.

The monarch herself was not in attendance after experiencing "discomfort" during yesterday's festivities.   



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