Life “Mother Mafia” is targeting Meghan Markle By WeeklyNews staff Posted on July 11, 2019 4 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Like so many young mothers, Meghan Markle has now also received the attention of “mother mafia”. She wore baby Archie ‘completely wrong’ and could have put on a sun hat and socks, is the criticism. Meghan Markle, the wife of the British prince Harry, brought her two-month-old son to a polo match yesterday. The 37-year-old former actress and sister-in-law Kate Middleton encouraged their royal men to take part in a tournament. After photos of the outing appeared online, the reactions started, Daily Mail writes. Among other things, followers expressed their dissatisfaction under the photo that the British newspaper put on Instagram. Dozens of so-called momshamers believe Meghan looked like she could drop Archie any moment. “Meghan does not know how to carry her own baby! Shame ”, someone wrote on Instagram. Another: “The way little Archie is being held is scary.” Or: “Where is the nanny to carry the baby?” And it didn’t stop there. Meghan, who looked lovingly at her son and kissed him on the head, should have put the baby in a hat and socks, according to critics. “He is still so young, sunscreen is not enough.” Quite a few people defended the young mother. Some new mothers are simply uncomfortable with their baby in the first period, some say and the moms hammers should leave her alone. “It will be fine at home, but now she probably wants to protect her baby against the cameras and all opinions,” writes someone. “But that is probably hard for you to see because you are all so perfect.” The families of the British princes, including the three children of William and their brand new cousin Archie, were seen together in public for the first time at the polo match. It was also the first time that the little prince Louis, son of William and Kate Middleton, was seen at a competition. The polo match was organized in honor of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the owner of the English football club Leicester City who died last year in a helicopter crash. The wealthy Thai businessman was also a big fan of polo. The proceeds of the event go to around 15 charities that support William and Harry.