Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are never far from the headlines - and this is even truer as their family grows. This Father's Day, the two broke the internet by posting an exclusive snap of their new son, Archie, on their official Instagram account. And it seems like the newest addition to the royal family is a hit - as Major League Baseball has proved.
This weekend, the royal pair attended a game between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. While there, they were given an extremely adorable gift - a tiny baseball jersey, perfectly sized for their two-month-old child.
The public have almost grown up with Prince Harry.
via: Getty ImagesBorn on September 15th in 1984, we've seen him lose his mother at a very young age, undergo numerous scandals, and come out on the other side.
And, at the same time, Meghan Markle was growing up in Los Angeles.Markle had a much more conventional upbringing - although this image suggests that she may have always aspired for more.
Markle made a career for herself in Hollywood.
via: Getty ImagesShe's best known for her role as Rachel Zane in legal drama series, Suits, between the years 2011 and 2017.
Harry and Meghan had an almost picture perfect love story.
via: Getty ImagesThe pair were introduced by mutual friends in June of 2016 and clearly hit it off right away.
Things moved fairly quickly.On November 17th of 2017, the pair announced to the world that they had become engaged. The social significance of an African American divorcee joining the royal family was not lost on the world.
The wedding didn't disappoint.Harry and Meghan were wed on May 19th of 2018 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle - and it was one of the most-watched television events of the year.
The ceremony was beautiful.One of the best things about it is the fact that it combined the worlds of the British royals and Hollywood stars, with the Queen rubbing shoulders with the likes of Oprah.
Soon after, there was even more exciting news.
via: Getty ImagesThe couple announced their pregnancy on the 15th of October 2018. Many were super excited - not just about a royal baby, but because said baby was sure to be incredibly, incredibly cute.
Their son was born on May 6th of 2019.
via: Getty ImagesHe was given the somewhat controversial name of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, which many thought was not traditional enough for a member of the royal family.
But he was as cute as the world had hoped he would be.
via: Getty ImagesAt seventh in line to the succession of the British throne, he's set to live a pretty unusual life!
There was one thing that many noticed.
via: Getty ImagesThe way that both parents (although Meghan, in particular) looked at their newborn was enough to warm the coldest of hearts.
Although she wasn't alone.
Their Instagram has been a valuable source of royal gossip.
In fact, if you want to stay up to date with the pair, their Instagram is the place to go.
The two attended their first Major League Baseball game.
via: Getty ImagesWhile Harry was already confirmed to be in attendance, Meghan's turning up was something of a surprise. The game took place in London.
The two looked typically adorable together.
via: Getty ImagesHarry was wearing a casual polo shirt and jeans, while Meghan wore a belted black dress. They were constantly smiling and looking into one another's eyes.
But the cuteness didn't end there.
via: Getty ImagesHarry and Meghan also received gifts from the two baseball teams - and one, in particular, is enough to make anyone melt.
The gifts in question were actually for little Archie.
via: Getty ImagesThey received jerseys from both the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox in an appropriately tiny size. There's something about miniature clothes that just makes you want to go "awww!"
Of course, that's not the only reason.
via: Getty ImagesSeeing Harry and Meghan looking so happy together in one of their first public appearances since becoming parents has made many feel all warm and fuzzy.
Here's the full video of the unboxing.
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