Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hire third nanny in six weeks

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hire third nanny in six weeks

Meghan Markle joins Harry at baseball game as they receive adorable gifts for Archie

The Invictus Games Foundation was chosen as an official charity partner of MLB's London Series, which sees games played at the home of West Ham United football team on Saturday and Sunday.

The Duchess of Sussex joined husband Prince Harry on Saturday as they attended the first-ever regular season Major League Baseball game played in London.

It was only right that the American royal be there to welcome America's oldest pastime time the United Kingdom, and be in attendance to watch the biggest rivalry in baseball go head-to-head as the Boston Red Sox took on the New York Yankees at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Meghan also gave a hug to a Red Sox player while Prince Harry laughed and smiled at her side. They were met with smiles and cheers from both teams. She wore her hair down in simple straight locks and completed the look with a pair of black flats.

While the couple didn't bring Baby Archie to the outing, they were gifted adorable outfits for him from each team, and the mini Yankees jersey even has his name emblazoned on the back. The game is being played in partnership between the Major League Baseball and the Invictus Games Foundation today and tomorrow in London's Olympic Park.

In addition to visiting with the two teams ahead of the game, the couple also watched as a few Invictus Games competitors threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Both the Yankees and Red Sox had presents for the newest royal.

Earlier in June it was reported that Harry and Meg hired someone and that the new nanny "had to sign quite an extensive non-disclosure agreement," but it's not clear if that nanny is still with them or if they are one of the two who have stopped working for Harry and Meghan.

"Harry said they had a sleepless night", added Rainbow-Jones, who was there to support her husband, Nathan Jones, an Air Force service member.

Meghan and Betts reportedly share ancestry dating back 150 years to America's Deep South according to a US genealogist who says both their origins can be traced back to Alabama relatives.

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