The sweet family outing also included Prince William and his family, making it a "royal baby heaven". This is the first we have seen of Archie since his christening on July 6.
Duchess Meghan Markle stepped out with baby Archie for the first time at an unofficial capacity to cheer for her husband Prince Harry, who was playing at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day in Berkshire on Wednesday. Sister-in-law Kate Middleton also joined her as Prince William was playing at the event too, and the two duchesses looked at ease with each other.
This was the first time we saw Archie at an event not concerning him directly and quite unexpectedly. Royal author Juliet Rieden told Nine News Australia that Meghan and Archie were not expected at the event at all, according to Express UK. "That was lovely to see, we didn’t know beforehand that the Duchess of Sussex was going to come with Archie," she said.
The new parents fussed over their little bundle of joy even before the game began. They were all smiles while taking care of the baby and managed to look stylish and chic while at it.
Since Archie's christening at Windsor Castle on July 6, this was the first time the Duchess of Sussex was seen with her child on July 10. She can be seen cradling Archie and kissing him on the head. She also introduced the child to Prince Harry's friend, Adam “Bidders” Bidwell. Also in attendance were Kate Middleton's three children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Prince William and Prince Harry competed against each other at the charity match and the elder brother won 7-6. But, while the royal brothers performed on the field, it was the royal women on the sidelines that were of more interest to people. Both moms looked comfortable and elegant. While first-time mom Meghan looked a little nervous taking the two-month-old Archie out on her own, Kate Middleton made being a mom of three looks effortless.
The cousins seemed to have a lot of fun even though baby Archie is quite young to know what fun is completely.
The new mom was dressed in a Lisa Marie Fernandez's Rosetta V-neck linen midi dress, according to Harper's Bazaar. She was cradling her baby through the entire match and it was a sweet sight. The Daily Mail's royal correspondent, Rebecca English, called the event a "Royal Baby heaven," since all the royal babies aka children were present.
Meghan is here holding Archie too. Royal Baby heaven 👶 👑— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) July 10, 2019
The sweetest of all sights was when Meghan Markle kissed Archie on the head.
Prince Harry showed us again that he was always a favorite with the children at the polo match honoring Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the owner of Leicester City soccer club who died in a helicopter crash in October 2018.
This was reminiscent of when Prince Harry attended his father's polo matches as a child.
The young prince was taught by his father about how to play the game and they bonded over it.
Prince William also used to accompany his father and learned the game from him.
However, the happiness didn't last long for this family.
The latest generation of royals is in much happier marriages with people they fell in love with. Both the brothers have families who love them greatly and have their own happily-ever-afters even though their mother couldn't.