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If you thought Prince Louis’ christening on Monday was all you were going to get from the Royal Family this week, you’re in for an adorable surprise. Because on Tuesday, the BRF got together once again — this time to mark the 100th birthday celebrations of the Royal Air Force. Unlike the christening, which The Queen didn’t attend, Her Majesty led the pack today, followed by Prince Charles and Camilla, William and Kate, and Harry and Meghan, as well as more of the royal lot. Everyone looked their best, as usual, but seeing the Cambridges and Sussexes together again reminded us just how much we love that dynamic duo of duos.

Kate was in another Alexander McQueen coatdress, this time in a minty shade, while Megs wore a black Dior dress with her signature boatneck style. Their respective princes also looked dapper as hell in their uniforms.

The family first attended a service at Westminster Abbey, then moved on to Buckingham Palace, where they took in a fly-over by 100 aircraft. And if you thought a reunion of the fab four was amazing …

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… then Meghan making her balcony return next to her BFF, Queen Elizabeth, will knock your fascinator off.

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The last time a group of royals this large made a public appearance was at the Trooping the Colour last month. The royal turnout this time around was equally impressive. The aforementioned heavyweights were joined by Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Prince Edward and Countess Sophie of Wessex, Prince Andrew, Anne, Princess Royal, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and the Duke and Duchess of Kent. Not too shabby.

And the week won’t be slowing down for Harry and Meghan. The newlyweds left right after the military pageantry for Ireland, marking their first official visit to another country since their wedding. They’re scheduled to make appearances the rest of today and tomorrow in Dublin and are “looking forward to learning more about Ireland’s history and experiencing its rich culture, as well as meeting the people who are shaping the country’s future.”

Hopefully they’ll get a chance to drink some Guinness too. Hey, it’s a busy week; they deserve a reward every now and then.

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