Prince Harry and Meghan’s son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor made his first-ever appearance as he attended a charity polo match this afternoon.
Archie came to cheer his father Prince Harry and uncle Prince William who played the match.
New mother Meghan, 37, was captured holding her newborn son and kissing him on his head as they joined the Duchess of Cambridge and her three children at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, Surrey, this afternoon.
An adorable moment was captured when Archie’s cousin Prince Louis even blew a kiss at the baby boy.
The Duchesses surprised everyone when they arrived to watch Prince William and Prince Harry go head-to-head in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, held in honor of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Kate, 37, was looking elegant in a flowing pink L.K.Bennett dress, she wore trusty Castaner wedges and a red Mulberry bag, as she was giving attention to her three children.
The Duchess of Sussex chose to wear for the event a khaki green maxi dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez and a pair of gold aviator sunglasses by favorite designer Stella McCartney.
It is the first event when the Sussex and the Cambridge have been seen together as families since Archie’s birth.
It is one of the rare moment when Kate and Meghan were seen together, both only seen together at official engagements attended by the entire royal family, such as Trooping the Color.
Royal supporters were keen to see William and Harry at the event, but they got surprised when they see them with their families.
The Duchess of Sussex is currently on maternity leave following Archie’s birth. However she has made some of the appearances, recently she joined close friend Serena Williams at Wimbledon.
Her bodyguards told fans not to take pictures of her during the match, and people called it childish behavior.
Meghan was seen standing near sister-in-law Kate, who was busy trying to keep her three children busy.
There were rumors about the rift between Cambridge and the Sussex, but this outing made everything clear.