If there's a feud, these two are making it fashion. On Wednesday, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton stepped out for a charity polo match wearing relaxed summer dresses and with all of their children in tow.
For Meghan's first outing with 2-month-old Archie, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a loose-fitting olive green linen caftan dress by American designer, Lisa Marie Fernandez. She wore her hair down in loose California-inspired waves and accessorized the look with oversized gold aviator sunglasses by one of her favorite designers, Givenchy. The duchess looked like her cool and calm self as she held Archie under the shade of a tree on the sidelines.
Kate played with her children — George, 6, Charlotte, 4, and Louis, 1 — in the grass wearing a pink slim-fit midi dress with flounced sleeves by L.K. Bennett. The dress style, called the Madison dress, is a favorite of the duchess' as she's worn it on a few other occasions. She paired the looked with her go-to Castañer espadrilles, a red crossbody handbag by Mulberry and a pair of dark sunglasses that Prince Louis hilariously wore for a bit as well.
The duchesses attended the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day to watch as their husbands Prince Harry and Prince William participated in the match. It marks the first joint public outing and play date for the cousins since the birth of Archie on May 6th and amidst months of speculation that there's a rift between the royal families.