Yesterday, Prince 'Just call me Harry' Windsor, and his wife Meghan Markle, attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey as part of their farewell tour as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
This being one of their final Royal occasions, the country's foremost lip reading and body language experts were dragged out to assess the communications between Harry and his brother Prince William, and the moment where he appears to relish avoiding Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
While the limelight was stolen by Meghan's dazzling Emilia Wickstead cape dress, and hat by William Chambers, Harry's outfit contained a stylish hidden detail too. As the wind fluttered, his Paul Smith suit jacket lifted to reveal the inside lining was the same bright shade of emerald as his partner's dress.
Is this a little nod of solidarity to Meghan – someone who has left the country due to her treatment by the press – worn close to his chest but there if the world wants to see it? At the very least it's a commitment to making a statement of unity as a couple.
The pair also coordinated while attending the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall earlier this week, with Harry in his red military uniform and Meghan in a Safiyaa cape dress in the same hue.
We're not placing bets that we'll see them pushing a buggy in matching windbreakers or sporting TEAM WINDSOR hoodies on arrival back in Canada, but their parting moments in the limelight show the couple are as committed to each sartorially as they are emotionally.
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