Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan Markle Kiss at His Polo Match!

29 July, 2018, 03:32 | Author: Courtney Perry
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup Berkshire Polo Club UK- 26 Jul 2018

ENDA KENNY joined Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on stage for a trophy presentation at a charity polo match.

While it was obvious that the Duke of Sussex had a grand time competing on the day, spectators could tell the prince was keen to be off the field and next to his wife.

However, Harry and Meghan's pash isn't the only reason one photo has gone viral.

While the royals normally keep their public displays of affection to a minimum, Meghan isn't exactly breaking protocol. To raise awareness for the charity, earlier this week, Kensington Palace posted new photos from Harry's trip to Lesotho last month where, as People reported, he opened a school and a house on behalf of Sentebale.

Yet royal watchers pointed out that public kisses at polo weren't all that shocking - Diana used to visit Charles at his matches back in the day and the couple was occasionally seen kissing.


Harry played for the Sentebale St Regis team, captained by professional polo player and Sentebale ambassador Nacho Figueras, scoring twice as they ran out 5-4 winners.

Since their royal nuptials on May 19, we've had to get used to seeing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle mostly on royal duty now - and that means their public displays of affection have become nearly a rarity. Meghan Markle was on hand to cheer him on.

But rather than carry a handbag with a four-figure price tag to match, the Duchess chose a £44,00 [R761] rattan half-moon clutch from J.Crew ... The two snuck in a smooch at the 2017 Audi Polo Challenge back when they were dating.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will soon embark upon a charity tour throughout Oceania as they continue to spread good will internationally.

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