On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge had her hands full taking care of her three children, but for a mother like Kate, it looked easy. The entire Cambridge family went out to the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day to support their husband and father Prince William, who played a game at the Billinger Polo Club in Berkshire.
Kate had her eyes mostly on her youngest, Prince Louis, while the eldest two, Prince George and Princess Charlotte had more freedom and ran around and played on the grass. Fans managed to notice one sweet moment that the doting mother and son shared-hearts were melted when they saw Kate planting a kiss on little Louis.
The moment happened just as Kate’s sister-in-law Meghan arrived and was stepping out of her car, with baby Archie in her arms. Prince Louis, despite only being 15 months old, is quite the troublemaker, keeping his mother busy almost at all times, with Kate being seen running towards the horses as he wanted to take a closer look but was scooped up by his mother before he got the chance. Another sweet thing we saw was Prince Louis blowing kisses to his baby cousin Archie, all while wearing Kate’s sunglasses, maximizing his overall cuteness.
Both Prince William and Prince Harry took part in the games, playing on opposite teams, in honour of Leicester City chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who was a big polo fan and president of Ham Polo Club for four years. He lost his life in a helicopter crash at the King Power football stadium in Leicester in October last year. This marked the first ever public appearance of baby Archie alongside his older cousins. The young royal was just christened last Saturday in an intimate ceremony at Windsor Castle.
The charity match helped raise funds and awareness for more than 15 charities supported by the Dukes including African conservation organisations, rugby charities and the Invictus Games Foundation.