It's been a few days of royal sightings!
Just this Saturday, members of the British royal family stepped out to attend baby Archie's christening at a private ceremony held at Windsor Castle.
And while the Sussexes have been adamant about keeping their two-month-old out of the spotlight, royal fans were treated to a brief glimpse of the newborn when Meghan made a surprise appearance to cheer on Prince Harry at King Power Royal Charity Polo Day on Wednesday.
The Cambridges were also in attendance at the competition, which reporters deemed "royal baby heaven." While Prince William was busy competing for the fundraising event, Kate Middleton tended to her three children. Prince George and Princess Charlotte entertained themselves with a polo mallet, as a walking Prince Louis kept his mother on "her toes" as he ran around the field.
The royals' joint outing follows months of speculation of a royal rift between the Cambridges and the Sussexes, but Kate and Wills still showed their support for the new family by attending Archie's christening on Saturday.
While Queen Elizabeth had to skip out on her great-grandson's big day due to previous commitments, the milestone day was also attended by Meghan's mom Doria Ragland, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, as well as Princess Diana's sisters. Archie's godparents, who have yet to be announced, were reportedly also in attendance.