Royals Hats Off! Meghan and Kate Are Church Chic for Service with the Queen Meghan Markle's royal hat game is going strong! By Erin Hill Erin Hill Twitter Senior News Editor, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 12, 2018 11:43 AM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Meghan Markle’s royal hat game is going strong! After debuting her first fascinator-style beret during Christmas Day church service with the royal family, Meghan chose a similar style for the Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey on Monday. The royal bride-to-be arrived in a cream tailored $1,199 coat by Amanda Wakeley (shop a similar style for $99 here!) with a matching beret by Stephen Jones. Underneath the coat, she wore a navy dress by the same brand. (shop a similar look here). She accessorized her look with dark navy suede pumps by Manolo Blahnik. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty (2) Her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who was glowing at 8 months pregnant, opted for a dark blue coat from Beulah London and matching Lock and Co hat. RELATED VIDEO: Meghan and Kate Leave The Commonwealth Day Service Meghan also carried a $675 mini blue navy cross grain leather bag from Mulberry with a gold chain strap. A similar bag for $69.99 is available here. Yui Mok/PA Images/Getty DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Meghan joined fiancé Prince Harry and other senior members of the royal family —including Meghan’s future father-in-law Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince William and Kate Middleton — for a church service celebrating Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey. The Queen, 91, is head of the Commonwealth, a global network of 53 countries with more than two billion people. The annual Abbey service is the largest annual interfaith gathering in the U.K., and this year the service will include a performance by Liam Payne as well as a reflection by Dr. Andrew Bastawrous, an eye surgeon who turned a smartphone into an examination tool which works to combat avoidable blindness in developing counties.