Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have hired a third nanny to care for baby Archie, after the 7-week-old's previous two nannies stopped working for the royal couple, according to multiple reports. "It's for Archie", Boone told the royal couple, before presenting them with a custom jersey with Archie's name stitched on the back as well as the number 19 - a nod to the year the youngster was born.
"You guys have beaten next door's present by the way", Harry joked to the team.
Meghan looked incredible for the occasion, just the second time she has been pictured in public since giving birth, in a navy ensemble while her husband stepped out in full military regalia.
As well as pictured holding hands as they entered the stadium they were also seen locking eyes as they made it on to the pitch - with Meghan looking up at Harry.
The service, which is held annually in honour of Her Majesty the Queen's official birthday, saw Meghan join other senior members of royalty for the carriage procession, followed by the famous appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the Royal Air Force perform a fly past.More news: Stephanie Grisham named new White House press secretary
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"I'm so glad they didn't ask me to do it!"
Although the couple was all smiles at the baseball game, the pair hadn't gotten much sleep beforehand.
Saturday's match is the first regular season Major League Baseball game taking place in Europe, as organizers hope to grow interest in the sport across the world, and takes place as part of a three-day festival of American culture, food and music in East London.
"We talked babies! They said, 'We've just left [the screaming] - we had that about an hour before we came here!' " Rainbow-Jones said, sharing that Harry had revealed he and his wife had pulled an all-nighter trying to put Archie to bed.