Is this hoodie the sweetest present Meghan Markle could ever receive from one of her celeb friends?

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Meghan Markle and Serena Williams are said to have met in 2010 at the Super Bowl and have been close ever since. Now the G.O.A.T. has designed and gifted her friend, the Duchess of Sussex with a must-have item of clothing.

The cropped hoodie has 'Royal" written on the front and according to Bustle Serena's already sent the hoodie to Meghan. Since the royal family has very strict rules when it comes to dress code, we know we won't see her in it but we're picturing the two friends rocking the tribute sweats indoors as they catch up.

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The hoodie is not just for Meghan though - if you can afford the R 1286.53 price tag, it's being sold under Serena's clothing line Serena and is available in red and black or blue and black and all sizes are available right now.

Serena's already worn the hoodie to a Today interview. 

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Meghan is not the only one who has received a great present from a friend. We've made a list of a few celebrities who gifted their friends in a big way. 

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Kylie Jenner to her bff Jordyn Woods

According to the Richest, Kylie gifted her best friend a brand new Mercedes Benz worth R 10 million for her 18th birthday. 

Kelly Rowland to Beyoncé

Kelly Rowland gave Beyonce and expensive I'm sorry gift. According to The Washington Post, Kelly gifted a baby-size bathtub covered in Swarovski crystal worth R 70 000 as an apology for accidentally letting it slip that Beyonce was having a girl. We imagine Blue Ivy had some nice baths in that tub. 

Courtney Cox to Jennifer Aniston 

The two actresses who starred in Friends as on screen best friends are also best friends off screen. According to Marie Claire, Courtney gifted Jennifer a bike that came with a Chanel-seat cushion which was worth R 170 000. 

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