If anyone is capable of getting the elusive Meghan Markle out and about, it’s Serena Williams. Markle wore a black shirt and white blazer with a pair of jeans, and accessorized with a fedora while watching Williams’s tennis match on Friday.

The Duchess made a rare outing at Wimbledon to support Williams during her match, watching with friends Lyndsay Roth and Genevieve Hillis. According to royal commentator Omid Scobie, the two women will be attending Archie’s christening on Saturday.

Meghan Markle has been keeping relatively private post-childbirth. Her first official public appearance took place in early June during Trooping the Colour, one month after she gave birth. She then made a surprise appearance for the London Series, where she and Prince Harry met with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox.

Archie’s upcoming christening will also be closed to the public in an attempt to maintain a level of privacy for the family. She’s also keeping Archie’s godparents a secret from the public, according to Buckingham Palace.

“This is a beautiful milestone and they are excited to share it as a family first and then with the world,” a source said.

While Prince Harry and Meghan are hoping to give Archie some much needed privacy away from the public eye, the world has still been graced by his presence, thanks to Instagram. After Meghan and Harry showed off their new son to the press shortly after his birth on May 6, they also shared a personal photo of the baby in honor of Father’s Day, giving the world its first glimpse at his face.

For now, we’ll all just have to settle for the rare Meghan Markle appearance.

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