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Just one day after Prince Louis’ christening, the fab four reunite to mark the 100th birthday celebrations of the Royal Air Force.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined the Queen for Tuesday’s royal affair. The service, held in Westminster Abbey, honours the world’s first independent air force.

To commemorate the milestone, the Royal Family, including Prince Charles and Camilla, watched a fly-past from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.  Approximately 100 jets, helicopters and airplanes soared over central London, with thousands gathered on the streets to witness the display.

The Queen wore an all-blue ensemble, complete with a matching hat and pearl accessories. She was unfortunately not in attendance for Prince Louis’ christening due to a busy schedule, but looked to be in good spirits for today’s appearance.

Kate, who took a break from her maternity leave to attend the event, once again opted for a pale blue Alexander McQueen number (her go-to designer). She also wore the diamond Dacre Brooch she received for being patron of the air cadets, an honor she overtook from Prince Phillip.

Meghan wowed (as usual) in a Black Dior dress featuring her signature boatneck neckline; she completed her look with a Stephen Jones fascinator.

Following the royal flypast, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex ventured to Dublin, Ireland for their first official overseas visit as a married couple. Meghan arrived dressed in a chic green dress by Givenchy.