Prince William and Prince Harry got some seriously adorably royal support at their charity polo match. In William’s court were Kate Middleton and their three tots, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Harry, meanwhile, got cheers from wife Meghan Markle and their two-month-old son, Archie.
The King Power Charity Polo Day is an annual event put on by the brothers, to raise both awareness and funds for their charities.
The event marked the first public play-date for the royal cousins. Kate and Meghan hung next to each other, with Meghan cradling Archie most of the time as Kate watched over the older kids. George was also spotted keeping an eye on Archie later in the afternoon; plus, big kids George and Charlotte were spotted frolicking with soccer balls at various points.
While the outing looked picture perfect, there are rumors (once again!) circulating that all is not well among the royals. According to a report in Us Weekly, William and Kate "weren’t happy" about how the Queen let Meghan and Harry shirk royal protocol and hold a fairly private baptism for Archie that past weekend, only releasing photos they hand-picked.
"William thinks his brother is going overboard keeping Archie out of the spotlight." Also, they said that William "blames Meghan."
Notably, and perhaps as a reaction to the bad press Meghan has recently gotten in reaction to the private christening, she openly carried Archie around the match, and was photographed several times kissing and cuddling with him.