Meghan made a surprise appearance alongside Harry at the Sentebale Polo Cup at Windsor’s Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club.
Prior to the match, Meghan and Harry joined guests for a luncheon and live auction.
Harry made a comment on the heatwave that was sweeping through Europe.
“Our most recent polo clubs have been in Abu Dhabi, South Africa, Florida and Singapore, and I had hoped this year’s match would avoid the stifling heat,”
Prince Harry said.
Meghan and Harry posed for a picture with friend and polo player Nacho Figureas and his wife Delfina.
Before the match Meghan and Harry “were treated to canapés including Mozzarella ice cream in a Parmesan cone, Scottish langoustine and macadamia and puffed scallop wonton with pickled turnip at the event, all served up by leading society caterer Table Talk.” – DailyMail
Mike Tindall, who is married to Harry’s cousin Zara was also in the crowd to support Harry and gave an update on his family life, a month after their second daughter Lena, was born saying ‘it’s been brilliant so far. So far so good I can’t complain – Lena eats, sleeps.’
Co-founded by Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006, Sentebale which means “forget me not,” supports children affected by HIV and AIDS in Botswana and Lethoso. Over the past almost two decades, the pair have drawn attention to the urgent issue of children who live in extreme poverty or have HIV/AIDS in Lesotho and the importance of delivering essential life skills and psychosocial support to help combat this crucial problem.
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“Working in partnership with local grassroots organisations, Sentebale helps children in Lesotho who have become victims of extreme poverty or the HIV/AIDS epidemic, providing healthcare, education and psychosocial support. The charity runs and collaborates on a diverse range of programmes; from improving the emotional wellbeing of children coping with HIV to providing care for orphaned children with physical disabilities, Sentebale works in partnerships to positively transform the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable children.”
Prince Harry joined Nacho Figueras and his fellow players on the field for an exciting 5-4 match against the Royal Salute Team captained by Malcolm Borwick, with St. Regis emerging victorious. Harry, scored the first goal in the match
Meghan assumed the role of best-supporting spous
Harry’s Sentebale St. Regis team ended up winning the match, and Meghan presented the trophy to the winning team. After warmly hugging the team captain Nacho.
Meghan reserved a kiss on the lips for Harry.
The event managed to raise over £1 million for Sentebale that day. Here is a picture of the winning team and Meghan.
Meghan and Harry leaving:
Meghan stunned that day in a Carolina Herrera V-Neck Faux Wrap Midi Dress. The dress was from the Resort 2019 Collection.
“Meghan clearly knows her sense of style, as she’s partial to this beautiful cut of belted dress. This particular outfit by the luxury brand – which she first wore to Trooping the Colour in June – features a wide belt that accentuates her small waist, a flattering cap sleeve and tasteful V-neck for the ultimate dress to beat the current heatwave in England.”
Meghan wore her popular Aquazzura Deneuve pumps in a soft nude pink.
Meghan carried the £44 J Crew Fan Rattan clutch.
She wore a pair of Tom Ford Cat-Eye Acetate and Gold-Tone Sunglasses.
And accessorized her outfit with the Birks ‘Bee Chic’ Blue Topaz Silver Stud Earrings:
A lovely summer day!