Meghan Markle Chose An Indian Brand For Baby Archie's First Public Appearance, Here's The Duchess Of Sussex's Pick

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Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle picks up an Indian label for baby Archie's first public appearance. Take a look -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

Britain's young royals enjoyed a sporting day out on July 10 with Princes William and Harry taking part in a King Power Royal charity polo match in Berkshire. They were accompanied by their wives Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Harry's son, Archie, and William's youngest child, Louis.

While all of them were on point with fashion, baby Archie's blanket became viral on Internet for all the right reasons. The youngest member of the Royal family's baby blanket or let's say the 'cotton dohar' is designed and crafted by an Indian brand called 'Malabar Baby'. Priced at approximately at Rs. 3,000 the 'Erawan cotton dohar' is by Anjali Harjani-Hardasani - founder and managing director of Malabar Baby.

According to a report in a magazine, Anjali had no idea that a member of a royal family has purchased it and she was in Italy when she found that out. Anjali was quoted saying, 'I feel truly honoured and it's great that Meghan Markle is advocating feel-good Indian fabrics.'

Meanwhile, Meghan was seen sporting a simple olive green Lisa Marie Fernandez dress and paired it with Givenchy aviator sunglasses. 

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Take a look at the pictures -

For those unaware, Anjali began this label in 2014 when she moved from New York to Hong Kong and was pregnant with her son at that time.



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