Meghan Markle included a subtle nod to her baby boy Archie while stepping out to support her friend Serena Williams at Wimbledon this week.
- Prince William brings Princess Diana well-wishers to tears with surprise vigil visit
- Awkward Prince Harry, Meghan Markle viral video sparks speculation
The Duchess of Sussex, who is still on maternity leave from her royal duties, wore a casual blazer and fedora for the match, accessorised with one special piece of jewellery.
Meghan also sported a gold chain with a tiny 'A' charm on it - likely representing her son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, whom she and Prince Harry welcomed earlier this year.
Archie is due to be christened this weekend amid rumours Serena Williams will be named godmother.
The Grand Slam champion told media she wouldn't be able to attend, however, due to 'work commitments'.
"No, I'm working on Saturday," she reportedly said.
"Yeah, so she understands work."
Williams also acknowledged her royal pal's appearance at the match, saying: "Yes, I knew she was there. It's always exciting when she comes out to watch and support the tennis. So I was happy."