The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had an American meet-and-greet with the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees teams Saturday.
In one of the Meghan Markle’s rare appearances since she took maternity leave for the birth of the couple’s first child, the couple met with the teams, who are in town for the London Series at London Stadium, which was organized in support of the Invictus Games and marks the inaugural game played at the stadium.
Before the record-setting game began, Prince Harry and Markle visited the teams in their clubhouses, where they scooped up several adorable gifts for their month-old son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
The Red Sox surprised the Royal Couple with a small bat and custom team onesie for Archie.
In the Yankees clubhouse, Manager Aaron Boone presented the couple with a #19 jersey complete with Archie’s name on the back.
Brides reports that Markle was wearing a black Stella McCartney black dress and Deneuve black suede ballet flats by Aquazzura.
The game marked one of Markle’s first appearances since Archie was born last month. She previously stepped out to greet the press after Archie’s birth and to attend the Trooping the Colour parade on Saturday, June 8, to mark the Queen’s birthday.