Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were photographed enjoying the Fourth of July parade in Wyoming along with their son Archie.
The four-person family left their Montecito home in Santa Barbara and traveled to Jackson Hole to spend the weekend with some friends.
In the pictures, which were shared by a bystander on Facebook, Meghan is seen looking intently after her son Archie, 3, who is dressed all in blue and sporting a red, white, and blue cap. She is also wearing black jeans, a white top, and a large brown straw hat, which is thought to be by her favorite designer, Janessa Leone. The youngster waved an American flag and applauded the parade as it passed.
Standing behind them and donning a dark grey top and a green cap was Prince Harry.
Funny story, we are at the Fourth of July parade in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The large, intimidating man twice informed us that he had reserved seats for a family. The photographer of the Sussexes’ photographs wrote.
“I thought, well, it must be the royal family,” she later remarked in a mocking tone. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive with young Archie after a brief delay.
“The bodyguard was the big guy. Harry and Archie are adorable, and Meghan is stunning, she continued.
The family hasn’t been frequently photographed since they moved to the US, but it’s obvious that they’re having fun and slowly getting to know each state.
Prince Harry visited the storied Cowtown Coliseum and went to a Stockyards Rodeo event in Fort Worth, Texas, last year.
The Duke reportedly took a VIP tour of the location during his weekend visit.
Cindy Reid, a representative of Stockyards Rodeo, posted a photo of the father of two on social media.
Where was Prince Harry on Saturday night? was written beneath a picture of Harry wearing a green shirt and a brown cowboy hat. Oh, just hanging out at the Stockyards Championship Rodeo behind the bucking chutes! I adore it! Thank you for coming!