It's been nearly two months since baby Archie was born, and while we've seen new mom Meghan Markle twice since, we're already counting down the days 'til the next duchess sighting.
According to Us Weekly, we won't have very long to wait. Markle is set to appear at this year's Wimbledon tennis tournament in London, which kicks off on Friday, June 28, for the qualifying rounds. The main events will commence on July 1 and end on July 14, so we only have a few days we get another glimpse of the 37-year-old royal mama.
“She’s very much looking forward to attending,” a source told the publication.
More recently, reports from Entertainment Tonight confirmed the duchess's attendance to cheer on her friend Serena Williams. An unnamed source told ET that the duchess was gearing up to cheer on her tennis superstar bestie, and that the only thing that would prevent the duchess from attending the tourney would be if "the baby keeps her home last minute."
We last saw Markle during the Trooping the Colour celebrations wearing a navy Givenchy dress with white-sleeve detailing. Although royal baby Archie wasn't in attendance (or, at least, didn't make a public debut), Harry and Meghan beamed and waved to crowds, probably as they just counted down the seconds 'til they could be reunited with their 1-month-old.
The duchess wore a new third ring underneath her engagement and wedding rings, called an eternity ring, that was reportedly gifted to Markle by Prince Harry on their one-year anniversary last month.
Markle attended last year's Wimbledon event along with sister-in-law Kate Middleton to cheer on her longtime friend Williams. Williams is confirmed to play in the tournament this year (and wear a sparkly Nike swoosh) even though she was knocked out of the French Open earlier than expected this year.
Recently, Williams made history as the second black female tennis player to be featured on the Wheaties cereal box.
So, will this be another double duchess sighting? All signs point to an ace.