ICYMI: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle held a christening for their first child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, over the weekend. While we could easily go on and on about Kate Middleton’s lovely outfit tribute, we can’t stop thinking about Markle’s mom, Doria Ragland, who proved that peach is most definitely her color.
Shortly after the baby’s christening, the royal family released an official portrait, featuring Ragland standing alongside Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William Kate Middleton and Princess Diana’s two sisters, Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale.
In the pic, Ragland is wearing a summery peach coat and dress by Oscar de la Renta (one of Markle’s favorite brands), complete with a matching hat. The yoga instructor, 62, accessorized the look with a massive brooch. (Because why not?) Ragland was totally glowing—and we can’t tell if it’s due to her new role as a grandma or because she was wearing this super flattering shade of peach.
Archie’s christening took place on Saturday, July 6, at the queen’s private chapel at Windsor Castle, which is the same place where Prince Harry was baptized. The royal baby donned a traditional white lace gown, which was also worn by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis for their christenings. (The outfit is a replica of the dress that Queen Victoria’s daughter wore in 1841.)
This isn’t the first formal occasion that Ragland has spent with the royal family. Not only did she have tea with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip the night before the couple’s wedding in May 2018, but she also spent last summer at Prince Harry and Markle’s vacation home in Oxfordshire, England.
Peachy keen, indeed.