Baby Archie's first public outing!
Meghan Markle brought along her 2-month-old son, Archie Harrison, to the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day event at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, Berkshire, on Wednesday, making it her first (unofficial) public appearance with the royal family's newest addition. (He had previously only been seen in photos released by the palace from his post-birth photo call and his christening, in addition to photos posted on the Sussex Royal Instagram page.)
Meghan joined sister-in-law Kate Middleton and her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, at the event, which Prince William and Prince Harry played polo at. As People notes, the polo match marks the cousins' first public playdate together.
See photos from the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day event:
Baby Archie wore a white onesie, George wore a green polo shirt and Louis wore green khaki shorts and a navy polo.
Their unannounced outing comes less than a week after Meghan and Harry held a private christening for their son at Windsor Castle, which both William and Kate attended.
Meghan looked cool, calm and collected during her appearance on Wednesday, which came amid her latest round of criticism. This time, the Duchess of Sussex is facing backlash after a security guard asked someone not to take a photo of her at Wimbledon on the Fourth of July, when she stepped out with her sorority sisters to watch pal Serena Williams play on Centre Court. Both Piers Morgan and Tatum O'Neal slammed the move.
Despite still being on maternity leave, the duchess is also expected to attend the London premiere of Disney's live-action remake of "The Lion King" on Saturday.
See photos from Duchess Meghan's Wimbledon outing below: