Baseball bats and baby onesies! Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry made a trip to the history-making Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees London Series in support of the Invictus Games Foundation on Saturday, June 29.
The former military pilot, 34, and Suits alum, 37, were all smiles as they met members of the Red Sox who gifted them a team outfit for their 7-week-old son Archie as well as a miniature baseball bat. Harry and Meghan were also given a custom “Archie” Yankees jersey with the number 19 placed on the back with a nod to his birth year.
“Meghan is accompanying Harry for all of today’s activities,” royal commentator Omid Scobie tweeted alongside a photo of the couple holding the items while standing with the athletes. “Meeting the @RedSox and @Yankees in their clubhouses – A reception with former UK and US @WeAreInvictus competitors – Accompanying the competitors as they throw out the first pitch – Watching the #LondonSeries game!”
The outing — which marks the second public event Meghan has made since giving birth to Archie on May 6 — helped bring awareness to the Invictus Game Foundation, which Harry is a royal patron of. The organization uses “the power of sport to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation for our wounded, injured or sick servicemen and women,” according to their mission statement.