It's a royal baby playdate!
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.
But while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been adamant about keeping their two-month-old son out of the spotlight, royal fans were treated to a brief glimpse of the newborn when Meghan Markle made a surprise appearance to cheer on Prince Harry as he and brother Prince William competed in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day.
The two were joined by William's wife Kate Middleton and the couple's three children, Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, 14 months.
The day marked the first public outing for the royal cousins.
But while it was royal baby heaven with all three Cambridge kids and Archie in tow, it's safe to say that Louis stole the show with his delightful gestures and expressions throughout the match.
According to royal reporter Rebecca English, the young Prince spent his time stealing Kate's sungless and "toddling around," and even ran off towards the ponies, causing Kate to have to scoop him up.
The 37-year-old former actress donned an olive green midi dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez and square gold-rimmed sunglasses, with the new mum cradling Archie, who was covered in a blanket for most of the outing.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning as always in a pink printed L.K. Bennett dress, with her favourite lace-up espadrille sandals and a red cross-body bag.
The unannounced family outing comes after the Sussexes were criticised for keeping Archie's christening private.
Meghan is also currently facing backlash after her security guard at Wimbledon ordered those seated nearby not to take photos, even of the court, because Meghan was visiting in a "private capacity".
A move which both Piers Morgan and John McEnroe's ex-wife Tatum O'Neal have slammed.