The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at the Wimbledon on Thursday to cheer on her good friend Serena Williams who was playing her second-round match in the tennis tournament and while fans were delighted by Meghan's appearance there was one very sweet detail that almost got missed!
Stepping out in looking characteristically stylish in a black cami, jeans and white pinstripe blazer, it was the delicate gold necklace she wore, featuring a tiny 'A' charm that really got people talking.
It's no surprise that the doting mother would want to keep her son as close to her as possible even when she's not with him, and this is no doubt a sweet and very fitting way for the stylish mum to do so.
However it's not the only heartfelt connection to Archie that she was sporting on the day.
Earlier this week it was revealed that Meghan's new eternity ring, gifted to her by Prince Harry, has an incredibly thoughtful addition to it.
First spotted on her ring finger during the Trooping the Colour parade at the beginning of June, a report by royal correspondent Omid Scobie for BAZAAR.com revealed Harry had designed the ring himself, adding three birthstones to the underside of the ring – his, Meghan's and Archie's.
The three birthstones – sapphire, green peridot and emerald – all have their own meaning and significance, with sapphire believed to protect those close to you, peridots are said to bring power to the wearer, while emeralds are associated with love and rebirth.
Meghan's appearance at Wimbledon on Thursday marks just the third public appearance she's made since introducing Archie to the world two days after he was born.
There's also been speculation that she may accompany Prince Harry to the world premiere of the new Lion King film next week, which would be a romantic nod to their past as one of their first dates was to the stage show of Lion King back in 2016.
This weekend Meghan and Harry will be celebrating baby Archie's christening, which is set to be on the same day he turns two-months-old. The couple have chosen to have a small, private ceremony in the Queen's Private Chapel at Windsor Castle and revealed in a statement yesterday that they will not be publicly announcing who Archie's godparents are.
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