Baby Archie wears H&M dungarees for his first official engagement

Baby Archie, seventh in line to the throne, looked stylish and summery for his third ever public appearance 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, to their meeting with Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Tuesday, marking the four-month-old’s first official engagement.

For his surprise public appearance Archie looked adorable in pale blue and white striped H&M dungarees which are still available to purchase online here

The dungarees cost £14.99 and come with a white buttoned bodysuit attached.

Made from organic cotton, the all-in-one is from the brand’s Conscious collection, the items in which contain a minimum of 50 per cent recycled materials.

Dungarees and bodysuit, £14.99 (H&M)

Tuesday marked the four-month-old’s third ever public appearance. Previously Archie had been seen arriving in South Africa on Monday and prior to that glimpsed at a charity polo match in July.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a video of Tuesday’s appearance on Instagram Stories from their account @Sussexroyal, which boasts 9.5 million followers.

The sweet video is captioned ‘Arch meets Archie’ and features Meghan carrying Archie (who beams at Harry walking alongside) as they arrive to meet legendary anti-apartheid activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka at the Tutu Legacy headquarters.

Meghan looked elegant in a navy and white patterned silk dress from Club Monaco. The dress, which features a mandarin collar, sash waist and button front, costs £368.52 and is currently still available in a couple of sizes online. Shop it here.

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