In their tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview, they revealed one member of the Firm has passed comment about the colour of their unborn son Archie's skin. While in Harry's controversial memoir Spare, he detailed a physical fight between himself and Prince Harry. The couple also used their explosive Netflix docuseries to make even more allegations - a nd one claim by Meghan appeared to be subtly rubbished just days after it was aired by her sister-in-law the Princess of Wales, along with Zara Tindall and Pippa Matthews.
In the third episode of the docuseries, Meghan claimed she purposely opted not to wear bright colours during her time as a royal and explained that her usual colour palette of "camel, beige, white" was a deliberate choice. She said: "There was thought in that, 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 week after the episode dropped, that theory appeared to be turned on its head with several sartorial choices at a huge family event. Kate hosted her annual Christmas Carol concert at Westminster Abbey, which was attended by a raft of royals. For the event, she opted for a festive deep burgundy coat from Eponine London, which she paired with a matching colour clutch bag and shoes.
However, she wasn't the only royal wearing the same colour for the Christmas service. William and Harry's cousin Zara Talso wore a coat in the same colour - and even Kate's daughter Princess Charlotte was in the colour. And although not royal, Kate's sister Pippa also sported a coat in the same deep red hue. Meanwhile, when it came to the men William had a burgundy tie, as did Zara's husband Mike Tindall.
It has been revealed that Kate will once again host her Christmas carol service this year, where midwives and nursery teachers will be among the guests in celebration of those supporting young children and families.
Kate’s now traditional festive event will be attended by members of the royal family, with the King and Queen likely to join the congregation, like last year, alongside the princess’s husband William and children Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Singers Beverley Knight and Adam Lambert, multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier, performer Freya Ridings and singer-songwriter James Bay will be among the entertainers at the Westminster Abbey service, being staged on December 8 and broadcast on ITV1 on Christmas Eve.
The service will combine traditional and modern elements to encompass people of all faiths and none and will see the Westminster Abbey choir perform some of the nation’s favourite carols. This year the service will reflect Kate’s early years Shaping Us campaign, launched in January, which aims to highlight the significance of the formative years of a child’s life.