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On Monday, Meghan Markle made her very first official appearance alongside the Queen of England. She then, along with her fiancé Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the U.K. While the service was beautiful, and even included a song by Liam Payne, nobody cared. Because all anyone could talk about was the fact that Meghan and Kate appeared to be wearing matching shoes.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (2R) and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (R), arrive with Prince Harry (C) and his fiancée Meghan Markle to attend a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey
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This shouldn’t really shock anyone as the two have reportedly become fast friends, but the fact that the royal duo wore matching navy suede heels could mean they are officially BFFs.

According to Hello!, Kate’s shoes were the classic Malory pumps by Rupert Sanderson that she has worn on several occasions. The pair differed slightly from Meghan’s due to their thicker heel, which perhaps provided the pregnant duchess with a bit more stability while walking through the cobblestone streets. Kate’s shoes retail for about $664, and while they're tough to find (though if you're a size 10 it's your lucky day — we found them for $290), you can shop similar styles from the designer at net-a-porter.com.

Manolo Blahnik pumps worn by Royal Family
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Meghan, on the other hand, rocked a pair of navy BB pumps by Manolo Blahnik, which retail online for $625.

But, while Kate and Meghan wore matching shoes, the rest of their outfits were a bit different. Kate’s navy ensemble included a navy dress by Beulah London and a navy hat by Lock & Co.

Meghan wore a navy dress, a $1,250 white coat by London designer Amanda Wakeley, and a fan-favorite white beret by Stephen Jones.

While there is no word yet on if the royal foursome will make another appearance before the birth of Kate and William’s third child next month, you can certainly look forward to the four of them appearing together at Meghan and Harry’s wedding in May. Here’s hoping they wear something blue that’s matching then, too.