Giving their admirers a treat, two of the most charismatic ladies on the royal scene met this week.
Mary of Denmark welcomed royal rookie, the Duchess of Cambridge to Copenhagen. Having both been commoners who married future kings they probably had a lot to talk about.
But it wasn't a social occasion – the elegant pair have joined forces to help crisis-hit African children.
The duo – joined by their husbands Prince William and Crown Prince Frederik – toured UNICEF's global crisis center in the Danish capital.
After attending a briefing, the royal visitors were due to roll up their sleeves and pack emergency medical kits, which are being sent to malnourished children in East Africa.
During a talk on nutrition, the couple were offered a taste of a special high-protein peanut paste being included in the packages.
William scooped up some of the paste with his finger before passing it on to his wife, who declined the offer to taste it.
Kate looked elegant in a long red coat for the occasion while Mary stepped out in a navy blazer.
Helping Africa is a cause close to both Mary and Kate's hearts.
Denmark's future queen visited Kenya recently on an emotional mission to a refugee camp housing women and children fleeing the famine in conflict-ridden Somalia.
And the Duchess and her husband have a long-standing affection for the part of the world. It was in Kenya where they became engaged just over a year ago.
William said the crisis had been going on for 100 days and with the rains about to come, disease would become a huge issue.
He said that despite the financial troubles going on around the world what was happening in east Africa would really "put everything into perspective".
His wife added that she'd been "shocked" by the scale of the disaster. "Hopefully this (visit) will put the light back on this terrible crisis," she said.