If you're a member of the British royal family, you dress a certain way, and not by accident. Dresses have to be polished, protocol is generally followed, and there is a laundry list of specific rules regarding wardrobe.
But that doesn't mean royals can't be casual. Even the über polished Kate Middleton has toned it down on occasion, but on Friday morning, it was Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's turn to keep things informal. While visiting Bath, England for the U.K. Team Trials for the 2018 Invictus Games, the engaged couple stepped out wearing their most relaxed outfits yet, and on top of it, they matched.
Some couple matching can feel gratuitous or try-hard, but they pulled it off enviably well.
They each wore an Invictus Games-branded polo shirt to show support for the cause. Markle wore her favorite Mother Denim black bootcut jeans (similar here) and an olive green Aritzia trench (shop similar here), while Harry styled his shirt with dark pants and an Invictus Games jacket.
The Invictus Games are a paralympic-style competition for wounded and recovering veterans around the world, and Prince Harry founded them in London in 2014.
This year's Games will be held in Sydney in October, so more Invictus Games gear matching is probably in Harry and Meghan's future.