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Meghan And Kate Were Fashionable -- Not Feuding -- For The Royal Christmas Day Church Service

Feud? What feud? The only 'f' word the two Duchesses brought to mind was FASHION.

Despite the persistent rumours of a right royal bust-up between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, the sisters-in-law were looking happy, relaxed -- and super stylish to boot -- when they stepped out for the Christmas morning church service on Tuesday.

Arm in arm with their husbands Prince Harry and William, the Duchesses chatted like old friends as they made their way into the St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, seemingly putting any whispers of a feud to bed.

The feud-less Fab Four ( and Charles).  Image: Getty.

But that's not really what we're here for -- we're here to talk about the other 'f' word. Farshun. 

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For her second Chrissy with the royal fam, mum-to-be Meghan opted for a sleek outfit by Spice-Girl-turned-designer Victoria Beckham. She wore a navy dress and double-breasted coat, which she left open to show off her baby bump.

To break up the blue, the former actor skillfully worked in some black accessories, including knee-high boots, a feathered hat and Beckham's structured 'Powder Box' bag.

Perfect for mid-church service touch ups, no? Image: Victoria Beckham.

The unusually shaped bag features a sneaky hidden mirror under the top flap, and a lipstick pocket. It rings in at about $2,800 and, of course, is still on pre-order. Megs and Posh are mates, though, hence why the Duchess got her hands on it early.

We're not jealous or anything ...

K-Midd was decked out in a hue from the other end of the colour spectrum, a warm berry red, which consisted a coat -- reportedly custom-made -- by one of her favourite designers, Catherine Walker. She loves it so much she also has the velvet-collared number in emerald.

Stylish sisters. Image: Getty.

Accessories-wise, the 36-year-old carried a burgundy Bayswater clutch by Mulberry -- she also has it in two other colours -- and a coordinating pair of Gianvito Rossi heels.

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The mum-of-three finished her look with a vintage Halo headband by her go-to milliner Jane Taylor -- and yes, she has the same $1,500 headband in black as well. If it ain't broke, right?

Kate's bringing the headband back. Image: Getty.

The fab fashion didn't stop with Kate and Meghan. Their cousins-in-law Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also brought their style A-game.

The newlywed Eugenie -- she married beau Jack Brooksbank in October -- slipped into a bright red dress complete with black lace detailing by designer-of-the-moment Andrew Gn.

Like Kate, she too opted for a headband -- they really are back from the '90s, guys -- to keep her brunette locks in place, and a pair of patent black heels.

Just married. Image: Getty.

Sister Beatrice, 30, mirrored Meghan's palette in a navy Claire Mischevani dress, high black chunky heel boots and black leather gloves. It's her hat -- a jaunty felt fedora -- that we're really digging, though.

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Her cousin Autumn Phillips -- she's married to Peter Phillips, the Queen's oldest grandchild -- also chose a Claire Mischevani coat, this time in festive moss green. We're also not about to get over that racy leopard print lining anytime soon.

Bea and Autumn Phillips. Image: Getty.

Once the hour-long church service wrapped up, the stylish royals headed back to Sandringham House for a big Chrissy lunch, and to watch the Queen deliver her annual speech.

Feature image: Getty.