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The Reason Why Meghan Rushed Back Home To Her Baby Archie

On Thursday, Meghan marked the end of her maternity leave with a public work engagement to launch of her new clothing collection supporting the charity Smart Works. Although baby Archie didn’t join her, he wasn’t far away from her thoughts.

The new mom sweetly left her engagement promptly at 3pm so that she could return to her baby boy and feed him.

Apparently Meghan was heard chatting to a group of women who had been helped by SmartWorks: “I’ve got to get back to the baby, it’s feed time.”

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Both Meghan and Harry are very protective of their son and that’s mostly why we haven’t seen many photos of him.

However, later this month, baby Archie will be embarking on his first royal tour with his parents in South Africa.
The Reason Why Meghan Rushed Back Home To Her Baby Archie

The collection will go on sale today and for each item bought, one will be donated to Smart Works to be handed to a woman trying to get back into work. It includes a shirt, trousers, blazer, dress and bag.

As ever, Meghan looked flawless as she attended the engagement sporting a white shirt by Misha Nonoo; black trousers by Jigsaw; a tan belt by Ralph Lauren, and a pair of tan Jimmy Choo shoes.

The Reason Why Meghan Rushed Back Home To Her Baby Archie

Meghan told a crowd at John Lewis on Oxford Street: ‘Thank you so much for being here today. It’s very exciting and it looks beautiful and I’m sorry if you were waiting for a bit in this sunshine, though it’s pretty nice weather. 

“So I thought that it would probably be helpful for you to understand how we ended up here today and why this collection was so important to conceive based on the visits and what I was seeing when I was on site at Smart Works. And let’s maybe go back a little bit.’

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