Meghan Markle cradled and kissed baby Archie as they supported his father, Prince Harry, in a charity polo match against Prince William. The event was the first time the Sussexes appeared in public with the Cambridge family after Archie's birth.
Meghan Markle, 37, carried her two-month-old baby during the charity polo match of the royal brothers at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, Surrey. The duchess was spotted giving Archie a sweet kiss on the head while he silently lay in her arms.
THE FIRST COUSINS
Baby Archie’s cousin, one-year-old Prince Louis also blew an adorable kiss at the newborn while hanging around with his other siblings, George, 5, and Charlotte, 4, who were watched over by their mother, Kate Middleton.
The former “Suits” star sat by the bleachers with her high school friends, Lyndsay Roth and Genevieve Hills.
The mom-of-three also brought a pair of sunglasses which Louis wore for a few minutes, looking as adorable as ever while he enjoyed the day playing and snacking.
Markle looked fresh in a Lisa Marie Fernandez khaki green maxi dress and a pair of Stella McCartney sunglasses. Middleton also wore a pink Sunday dress by L.K. Bennet with Castaner wedges and a red Mulberry bag on a sunny afternoon out.
The duchesses husbands went head-to-head in a polo match for the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day -- the afternoon event which marks the first time Archie attended a public get together with the Cambridges.
MARKLE AT WIMBLEDON
Markle, who is still on maternity leave, previously made a public appearance to watch and support her close friend, Serena Williams, during a tennis match at Wimbledon. The former “Suits” star sat by the bleachers with her high school friends, Lyndsay Roth and Genevieve Hills.
While wearing jeans and a white striped blazer, the royal looked comfortable as she enjoyed the afternoon with the company of her friends. Once her maternity leave ends, the duchess will return to her duties.