Meghan Markle wears Victoria Beckham on Commonwealth Day

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Meghan Markle wears Victoria Beckham on Commonwealth Day

Meghan and Kate stole the show in stunning frocks for a Commonwealth Day service on Monday.

Meghan also chose to ditch her engagement ring when she attended the 70 anniversary of the Commonwealth at Westminster Abbey.

Ent Daily has contacted a representative for the Duchess of Sussex for comment.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are just weeks away from moving into their new home together in Windsor, and there's one thing they're bound to receive as a moving in gift - which would also serve as a sweet memento from their royal wedding.

"She's [Cohen] not leaving because of any drama with Meghan", an insider shared at the time.

Prince Harry and Meghan attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on March 11. Middleton is a master royal wardrobe recycler and this is a prime example of pulling out a favourite at the ideal time. What Kate Wore reports the first time the 37-year-old duchess wore the Catherine Walker piece was when the Cambridges visited New Zealand in 2014 for an official royal trip. The coat has Commonwealth history. "She agreed to stay for six months to help post-wedding and because Meghan and Harry were hoping a baby would come soon after that and knew they needed extra help".

Meghan, who lived in Toronto while acting on the series "Suits" and is expecting the couple's first child in April, wore a green coat by Montreal-born designer Erdem Moralioglu and gold earrings from Maison Birks. Rumours of a feud between the two royal wives had been circling around the tabloids for months but with that one friendly hello greeting those rumours were broken.

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