Prince William and Kate Middleton may have already found a new couple to replace Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the 'Fab Four'

  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have plans to appear alongside Prince Charles and Camilla in their first appearance together since "Megxit."
  • Prince William, Kate Middleton, and the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall rarely carry out engagements together — and it's "unusual" for royals to do so, according to royal correspondent Chris Ship.
  • Middleton and William were previously more likely to be seen with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as they had several joint projects together with the Royal Foundation.
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This could be the start of the new "Fab Four."

Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to make a rare joint appearance with Prince Charles and Camilla for the first time since "Megxit" next week. 

The heir to the throne and future Queen consort will join the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to meet staff and patients at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Loughborough on February 11, according to the Prince Of Wales' diary.

William, Middleton, Charles, and Camilla do not typically carry out royal engagements together. 

"It's unusual for royals to make joint engagements like this," ITV's royal correspondent Chris Ship wrote on Twitter. "The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will go on to make other visits in Leicestershire on 11 February including Leicester Market and @CamSatchelCo."

However, in another Tweet he said: "I'm sure it's unconnected to Harry and Meghan's departure."

It is more common for them to attend royal events together with other members of the family, such as the annual Commonwealth Service and Royal Ascot. 

Royal Ascot.
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Harry, Markle, Middleton, and William were branded the "Fab Four" as early as their first engagement together for their joint charity, the Royal Foundation, before Markle even married into the family in 2018.

The couples were last seen in public together back in November, as both attended the Festival of Remembrance despite Harry confirming there was a rift between the brothers just weeks before.

Clarence House and Kensington Palace are yet to announce whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall could take on any additional joint projects in the future.

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