Duchess Meghan shows off post-baby figure in stunning Stella McCartney dress

Oscar Cross
July 2, 2019

There is a green emerald for baby Archie, a blue sapphire for Harry, and an olive-green peridot stone for Meghan.

Prior to the match, the couple visited the teams' dressing rooms where they received miniature baseball shirts for their seven-week-old son, Archie, with his name emblazoned across the back. For one, Prince Harry and Markle Wednesday at the larger St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018.

It has since been reported that the Queen is planning to throw Meghan a party at her estate in Scotland to celebrate the Duchess' 38th birthday.

The Sunday Times quoted sources close to the royal couple as saying that the pair considers their son to be a "private citizen" and that they intend to keep many details of his life personal since he is not in the direct line of succession.

Abbie Kasparis, a former Lance Corporal in the British Army, threw one and the other was thrown by Ryan McIntosh, who served in the USA army. This is the first Mother's Day for The Duchess of Sussex. It is expected that Archie will wear the traditional Windsor christening gown, which is a replica of a Honiton lace gown Queen Victoria had made for the baptism of her eldest child, Princess Victoria, in 1841.

It is understood that the images of the ceremony will be released on the couple's Sussex Royal Instagram account.

When royal parents, Duke and Duchess of Sussex met players from the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, they were in for a surprise.

"Becoming a mom has changed my perspective on a lot of things", she said.

This is the third time Meghan has been seen in public since giving birth to Archie Harrison following her appearance at Trooping the Colour. As part of the partnership, the Invictus Games Foundation have a team participating in London's #Softball60, the social softball series built for the city and targeted to introduce the sport to new audiences and demonstrate that it is an inclusive sport.

Chief Executive Dominic Reid said: "The support from these groundbreaking games will significantly enhance the Foundation's ability to provide recovery opportunities for worldwide wounded, injured, or sick serving or veteran armed forces personnel".

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