Meghan in surprise visit to baseball game

Oscar Cross
July 1, 2019

Prince Harry worked with renowned jeweller Lorraine Schwartz, and added the birthstones for Meghan, himself and their baby son Archie on the underside of the ring, Bazaar.com reports.

Earlier, New York manager Aaron Boone presented Meghan with a tiny version of the Yankees' famous pin-striped shirt emblazoned with Archie's name and the number 19, while Red Sox players gave her a baby-grow in the team's colours.

As soon as she first saw the gift, Meghan gasped and put her hand over her mouth as she took it all in.

The royal couple were attending as they promote Prince Harry's Invictus Games Foundation at Queen Elizabeth Park tonight.

"You guys have beaten next door's present", Harry playfully remarked, referring to the onesie the royal couple had been given by the Boston Red Sox. Later, the Sussex couple posed for a photo with Meghan holding jersey, along with the entire Yankees team.

Royal fans were able to see guests arrive and get a glimpse of each new addition to the royal family.


With a surprise heatwave and a two-month-old baby, Meghan Markle would have been forgiven for wanting a chilled evening at home in Frogmore Cottage.

Before the game, the duchess told the Red Sox squad that she was "so glad they didn't ask me to do it".

Harry threw the ceremonial first pitch at a New York Mets game in 2010.

It is likely that they installed a luxury kitchen and bathroom, and it has reportedly been designed by Harry and Meghan with dining and entertaining in mind and with extra bedrooms to accommodate guests, such as the duchess's mother, Doria Ragland.

The Red Sox and Yankees will play a two-game series at the London Stadium across June 29-30 and Prince Harry's Invictus Games Foundation was chosen as its charity partner. "We were pleased to have them in the clubhouse".

The service will be held at the private chapel at Windsor Castle and is understood to be a "very small gathering", they said.

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