MEGHAN MARKLE wore a necklace bearing a secret message for her baby Archie during her shock appearance at Wimbledon yesterday afternoon.
The Duchess of Sussex’s necklace had a pendant of the letter A, in a cute tribute to her son Archie. She welcomed her first child with Prince Harry on May 6. They will hold a private christening for their first son on Saturday.
Meghan watched the match between Serena Williams and Kaja Juvan on Court One at Wimbledon.
She was making the most of the warm weather by wearing an ivory jacket with mid length sleeves and a stripe pattern over a black top, with blue jeans.
She also had on sunglasses and was holding a trilby hat.
Meghan took her seat on Court One part way through the Serena’s match.
The duchess made a surprise appearance at Wimbledon to watch Serena Williams play (Image: REUTERS)
Meghan Markle wore a necklace bearing her son’s initial (Image: REUTERS)
Royal fans took to social media to comment on Meghan’s necklace.
One eagle-eyed Twitter user noticed the woman sat behind Meghan was wearing a necklace with a B pendant.
They wrote: “Meghan’s necklace sports and ‘A’ charm (for Archie) while the lady behind her is wearing a necklace with a ‘B’ charm.”
Another Twitter user also posted they were emotional as they realised: “Meghan’s necklacehas a little ‘A’ charm on it!”
Meghan shared a joke with her pal as she attended Wimbledon (Image: REUTERS)
Serena and Meghan have grown close in recent years, with the multiple grand slam champion even attending the duchess’s wedding in May last year.
Both Meghan and Kate watched the Wimbledon women’s final that year, which Serena lost in straight sets.
The tennis star, who gave birth to her daughter Olympia in 2017, was asked earlier this week if she had offered advice to Meghan since Archie’s arrival in May.
She said: “I never pass on words of wisdom, because I feel like everyone when they have a kid, especially when you’ve just had a baby, it’s so difficult to just be.”
Meghan has rarely been since giving birth to Archie on May 6 (Image: REUTERS)
The 23-time grand slam champion added: “It’s just like, get through the first three months and then four months and then we can talk.”
Meghan arrived on one of the hottest days of the tournament so far this year, with temperatures expected to reach 26C.
Other famous faces at Wimbledon on Thursday included ex-Chancellor George Osborne, retired broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald and former British tennis player Tim Henman.
Andy Murray, who will be Williams’s partner in the mixed doubles competition, is later set to play is first match at Wimbledon in two years as he begins his men’s doubles campaign.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK