Prince George & Princess Charlotte Look Adorable While Playing Soccer At Polo Match

Posted July 12, 2019

Meghan Markle has delighted royal fans by taking baby Archie along to his dad's polo match this week.

Mom Meghan Markle cradled the baby in her arms and gave him a sweet kiss on the forehead.

Prince William and Prince Harry, with Aimon Srivaddhanaprabha, were competing for the Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy.

"William thinks his brother is going overboard keeping Archie out of the spotlight", the source told Us Weekly, and that Prince Harry's brother "blames Meghan".

Their husbands Harry and Wills meanwhile fought it out on the polo field but the elder prince emerged victorious. The other drama happening off-court at Wimbledon was that the Duchess's security team asked photographers and members of the public to not take pictures of her, because she was there "in a private capacity". Only two photographs were released from that day, a family portrait and a sweet capture of newbie parents and their son. Prince William and Kate Middleton were in the photos, since they also attended the baptism.

The tennis pro came to the Duchess of Sussex's defense on Thursday after the royal made headlines over her Wimbledon appearance last week.

It was one of the duo's first joint engagements this year, and follows on from a rumoured rift between the pair and their wives Duchesses Kate and Meghan.

Sally Jones, a media consultant, was seated in the same row and said she didn't notice the duchess was also present and was focusing her camera lens on Williams.

The royal opened up about her short time on the game show while speaking with Esquire in 2013.

Meghan said working on Deal or No Deal, while it was a great learning experience, perhaps, the best part about it came from the knowledge of understanding what types of jobs she'll avoid in the future.

The Duchess of Sussex had been slammed in the United Kingdom media for "random control freakery" after a bystander accused her minders of restricting fans from taking pictures.

"Any suggestion that The Duchess's visit was anything other than a privilege is categorically not the view of the AELTC and she is always welcome to attend The Championships". But the extremely negative reaction to this has been blown out of proportion, and it completely ignores the fact that Meghan is new to her Royal role, and is still trying to find the balance between privacy and duty.