The Duchesses took part in a sweet activity when they were seven months pregnant
Kate became a mum, the first time back in 2013, and now has three gorgeous children.
But her sister-in-law is just getting started, so she still has all of the exciting ‘firsts’ ahead of her.
Their fans have been comparing them throughout their pregnancy, including their workload and maternity style.
But there is one thing both of them have done in their third trimester, and it’s really cute.
Both of them got henna tattoos that symbolize good luck in the lead up to giving birth.
Meghan had hers on the three-day Royal visit to Morocco with her husband Harry during an event at a school in the Atlas Mountains region.
Samira Ouaadi, 17, who has lived with one of the charities the couple were visiting for six years, became Meghan’s henna artist.
She painted flowers on Meghan’s right hand and forearm to mark the Duchess’ pregnancy which is considered a blessing.
Kate too was seven months pregnant when she had her henna tattoo during a visit to Sunderland with William.
The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly asked for it and Shajida Begum, 18, drew on a beautiful design featuring dots and swirls.
According to experts at BabyCenter, it’s safe for pregnant women to have henna tattoos using the natural product.
It comes from the plant, so if you don’t add extra chemicals there is no evidence to suggest it could be harmful.