Pub-goers told TMZ that Harry knocked back a few beers, while Meghan kept it clean with waters.
The American site also dished that baby Archie was the perfect little prince, not making a peep during the two-hour visit.
The couple's visit was like anyone else's - with the pair receiving no special treatment, though they did bring private security and 2 police officers.
The pub is just a 10-minute drive from Frogmore cottage.
Mum Meghan rocked a khaki linen shirt teamed with white shorts.
Dad Harry donned a cap with a navy button-up.
Archie stole the show, wrapped in a baby blanket. Harry was seen carrying him in a bassinet.
The sweet family outing follows us seeing the trio at the polo earlier this year back in July.
The world will get to know the little prince very soon.
Royal commentator Angela Mollard shared it is very likely that Meghan and Harry will involve Archie on their royal tour to South Africa next week.
“I think it’s going to be interesting in the next couple of weeks to what extent we will see Archie during this tour,” Angela says on New Idea Royals Podcast.
“They have said that there’s nothing planned, and it will depend on their sleep patterns and jet lag and various things but I’m sure that in taking him he will be there at events.”
Indeed, Angela believes that they may follow in Prince William and Kate’s footsteps, who involved their son Prince George in several engagements during their tour to Australia back in 2014.
“If you remember prince Georges first trip down under here with his parents, we saw him playing with children in a day-care centre with children and various things,” she says.
“Obviously Archie is a little bit younger than George was at that stage but I’m sure we will get those images but it depends to what extent and what sort of warning, I don’t think there will be a lot I think they will make those decisions on the day.”
Fingers crossed we get to see some adorable snaps from the trip!
To hear more from Angela, listen to this week's podcast below ...