Duchess Meghan brings Archie for playdate with Cambridge kids at polo

By Zach Harper

Duchess Meghan brings Archie for playdate with Cambridge kids at polo

Prince Louis wasn’t in photos from cousin Archie Harrison’s christening last weekend, but he got the opportunity to see his cousin on July 10, when Duchess Kate brought him along for a playdate to a polo match in Berkshire!

Prince William and Prince Harry were competing in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day for the Khun Vichai Sriaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy. It was being held in honour of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the late chairperson of the Leicester City soccer club. He died in a helicopter crash last year and was an avid polo supporter.

Meghan got out of the car she took to the match holding her two-month-old son in her arms and continued to hold him during some of his time with his cousins. Photo: © Samir Hussein/WireImage

The charity game will raise funds for organizations supported by both William and Harry such as the Invictus Games and other groups that work in areas such as conservation.

Louis looked like he was very interested in the polo match! Photo: © Samir Hussein/WireImage

Kate looked happy and dressed perfectly for the warm, sunny summer weather in a pink dress with her Castañer espadrille wedges. She beamed as she held one-year-old son Louis in her arms, and at one point, he was seen toddling along just behind her. He looked completely adorable in green shorts and a blue polo shirt.

Meghan opted for a green dress, which she accessorized with sunglasses.

When Harry and William finished their match, Meghan continued to carry Archie with them back to the car. Photo: © Chris Jackson/Getty Images