Both hives look good. I did some equalizing a couple of weeks ago and the weaker of the 2 seems to have strengthened which is good news.
So I have decided I'll feed for a short while - perhaps a couple of weeks - to see how they get on and how they fill out the combs with winter stores.
I didn't see either of the queens during the inspection but I did see some small larvae. So that was reasonably reassuring. However, in one hive there was the beginnings of a single queen cell being formed. Just one, which is curious. It was on the bottom of a frame - swarming location - but there was only one although there was some royal jelly in it.
So now I feel I really need to make sure there is a queen in that hive. If I don't see a queen and I see eggs I'll be happy. The young larvae I saw were a good sign, but not as good as seeing eggs or the queen.
Anyway, I'm hoping for good weather now mid week, or Friday, in order to refill the feeders and reinspect for queens!