The supposed hermetism about Archie, the first son of Henry of England and Meghan Markle, seems closer to a measure of protection of first-time parents towards their son, than to that new family style that many British media have criticized the dukes of Sussex. On Wednesday Meghan Markle enjoyed a family day, alongside Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and her three children at the King Power Royal polo charity tournament, which was held at Bllingbear Pole Club in Berkshire, about sixty kilometres from the London capital inwhich their respective husbands participated.
With her son Archie in her arms, and sometimes protected by a toquilla, Meghan Markle has offered one of her most maternal images as the three sons of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Jorge, Charlotte and Luis who fulfilled past April a year.
This charity event is already a tradition in which the Dukes of Cambridge and their children have been seen for other years enjoying sport and a picnic. On this occasion they were accompanied by the youngest member of the family, Archie Harrison who was born on 6 May and was baptized last weekend in an intimate ceremony in the chapel of Windsor Castle. This is the first time the baby has been seen at a public and informal event and in the company of its three cousins. The smiles of the mothers and the amusement of the children seem to put aside, at least for a day, the supposed estrangement between the brothers and the two sisters-in-law, who were close during this encounter.
At the breaks of the polo match, Prince Henry was also seen approaching his wife and son and showing the moment of happiness the couple is going through with the arrival of their son. The other protagonists of the day were Jorge, Carlota and Luis de Cambridge and especially the latter who due to his young age required the continuous vigilance of his mother and made the group laugh with its occurrences.
This year, the charity tournament in which the sons of Charles of England and Diana de Galas participated has been held in honour of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who owned Leicester City, and also a great polo fan of which he became president of the ha club m Polo for four years. The businessman, born in Thailand, was killed last October in a helicopter crash at the King Power stadium in Leicester.