Andrea CaamanoMeghan Markle makes rare post-baby outing to attend baseball game with Prince Harry in London
The Duchess of Sussex made a rare post-baby outing on Saturday to accompany her husband Prince Harry to the Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees baseball game at the London Stadium in support of the Invictus Games Foundation.
Meghan, who has quietly been enjoying her maternity leave with her baby boy Archie, looked gorgeous in a Stella McCartney black dress and Aquazzura Deneuve ballet flats in black suede. Harry, meanwhile, proudly wore his Invictus Games polo.
The new mum has only made a handful of public appearances since giving birth to Archie on 6 May, but was no doubt delighted to show her support for Harry and his charity this weekend. As an American, MLB has a major appeal for Meghan.
Meghan hugged Red Sox's Mookie Betts after he told the Duchess that they are distant relatives. According to The Boston Globe, their ancestors are from the same part of Alabama.
Mookie began telling Meghan about his family, saying, "my great, great, great...." before the Duchess broke in jokingly, adding, "great, great, great..."
Mookie gave up trying to explain and said, laughing, "We're family somehow!"
Players around them cheered and Harry asked, "does anyone else here want to claim to be family?"
The couple were greeted with a huge round of applause as they entered the Red Sox changing rooms. They later posed for a group picture.
The Duchess looked delighted when gifted a cute babygrow and a mini bat for her son Archie.
Prince Harry and Meghan also posed with the New York Yankees team.
Meghan couldn't help but laugh when the New York Yankees team gifted baby Archie the most adorable mini jersey.
The royal couple seemed very happy on their rare outing together.
After meeting both teams, the couple moved across to a reception of Invictus athletes where the couple met adorable nine-month old Raphaella, who was making a lot of noise.
Her mother, Bianca Rainbow-Jones, later revealed that Harry had confessed they had had "a sleepless night."
Bianca was there to support her husband, Nathan Jones, who is in the Air Force.
Harry and Meghan took to the field to observe the ceremonial opening pitch.
The pair posed with members of the Invictus Games Foundation, two of which threw the inaugural first pitch. Meghan had revealed earlier that she was relieved not to have been asked to do it.
Following the throw of the first pitch, Harry and Meghan disappeared into the stands to watch the game along with others from the Invictus Foundation.
Despite making a rare outing on Saturday, the Duchess is not expected to end her maternity leave until the autumn.
Royals fans may see her again soon if she decides to attend Wimbledon once again to support good friend Serena Williams.
There might have been 57,000 supporters at the stadium, but Meghan and Harry only had eyes for each other.