The player also defended Johanna Konta, who was accused of losing her temper following "patronising" questions from a male reporter in the wake of her quarter finals defeat.
It comes after Meghan stepped out with little Archie yesterday to cheer Harry on at a charity polo match. The media outlet noted that this outfit may have been reflective of the former Suits actress' California upbringing, which a source previously cited by the publication hinted was already affecting her parental instincts during her pregnancy.
"As for how Meghan is holding HER baby, Archie seems perfectly content".
"She will want to reflect the culture and the traditions and the heritage in some of her wardrobe". "They couldn't invite her into the royal box because she was wearing jeans but that didn't really matter because all she wanted to do was come and watch Serena", the source said.
Many have praised the pair for breaking royal conventions and while Caroline Frost believes they need a lesson in being more royal, she does admit "You can kind of see why she [Meghan] would want to have just where she can apply a little bit of creative expression".
"It's all in the timings of these things", she told Sky News.
Meghan Markle is guest editing the upcoming issue, and ET has learned that the Duchess of Sussex is expected to participate in some photos at her new residence at Frogmore to supplement her collaboration with the United Kingdom fashion magazine. Though Jones said that the officer appeared "quite embarrassed" to ask patrons to put away their phones, that's subject to opinion.
Meghan herself has also attracted criticism recently.
Meghan rocked a khaki dress and aviator sunnies.
The new mother is popular for making headlining appearances and the recent one, were no short of it. Meghan was spotted cradling her two-month-old son, to watch Prince Harry and Prince William compete in the King Power Charity Polo match.
"She is supporting the majority of Archie's body with her right arm while he rests his head on her chest". Even people who are not royal fans gave it back to the critics.
Coral spokesperson John Hill commented, "We have been inundated over the last few days with bets on Harry and Meghan having a second baby in 2020, and as always with gambles of this kind, there is seldom smoke without fire".