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Meghan’s Sweet Tribute To Son Archie At Wimbledon

On Thursday, the Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at Wimbledon to support her friend, Serena Williams.

The new mom looked stylish in a pale fedora, a pinstripe blazer, a black top, and jeans. Her hair was tied back with a summer hat.

But, adding the finishing touch was a necklace with a ‘A’ initial in tribute to her baby son Archie.

Meghan’s Sweet Tribute To Son Archie At Wimbledon

According to reports, the precious necklace by Jennifer Meyer retails at £278 ($350).

The Duchess of Sussex is technically still on maternity leave after welcoming her son Archie with Prince Harry, but she is at the Wimbledon to support her friend Serena Williams.

Meghan looked in great spirits during the match, as she laughed with friends. She has brought two old university friends with her, Lindsey Roth and Genevieve Hills, who have likely travelled to the UK for baby Archie’s christening, which is set to take place on Saturday. So, that led to rumours that they could be two of Archie’s godparents.

Meghan is a close friend of Lindsay’s, and was also her maid of honour at her wedding in Greece in August 2016.

Meghan’s Sweet Tribute To Son Archie At Wimbledon

Meghan’s appearance comes just a day after she and Harry released details about Archie Harrison’s christening. They also announced that they would not be releasing the godparents’ names.

A statement from Buckingham Palace read: “Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor will be christened in a small private ceremony by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday 6 July.

Meghan’s Sweet Tribute To Son Archie At Wimbledon

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex look forward to sharing some images taken on the day by photographer Chris Allerton.

“The godparents, in keeping with their wishes, will remain private.”
According to Daily Mail, the service will only be witnessed by around 25 guests.

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