Kate Middleton seems to have made quite the subtle jab at Meghan Markle following the release of the Sussexes' bombshell Netflix docuseries.
Amid the explosive allegations made throughout the six-episode Netflix documentary, one claim from the Duchess of Sussex alleged that there was a key rule over dress codes.
It was revealed the colour palette Meghan wore during her time in the Royal Family, the "camel, beige, white" attire, was an intentional choice to avoid upsetting a so-called royal rule, The Mirror reported.
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But such a rule, that members of the Royal Family "can't ever wear the same colour as Her Majesty", were rubbished in a recent appearance from the Princess of Wales.
Meghan revealed that "there was thought" in her attire during her tenure as an active royal, explaining the decision in the Netflix documentary.
The Duchess of Sussex said: "To my understanding, you can’t ever wear the same colour as Her Majesty if there’s a group event. I wore a lot of muted tones but it also was so I could just blend in. Like I’m not trying to stand out here."
But a recent appearance from Kate Middleton and Zara Tindall shows the pair hitting back at Meghan's claim with a subtle design choice.
The pair appeared during a carol concert at Westminster Abbey, wearing similar coloured clothing.
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The event, hosted by the Princess of Wales and attended by the likes of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, provided proof that royals could wear whatever colour they liked.
Not only was Kate wearing the dark-coloured coat but so too were Zara Tindall and Princess Charlotte.
The trio appeared to sport a similar-looking coat, as did Kate's sister Pippa Matthews, who while not a member of the Royal Family did show up with a similar attire.
Mike Tindall and Prince William even appeared with the matching theme, sporting burgundy ties at the event.
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