Meghan Markle channelled Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady as she presented Prince Harry with a cup at a polo tournament yesterday.
The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a polka dot blouse, black wide brim hat and wide-leg shorts for the star-studded event in Santa Barbara.
The prince recently joined polo team Los Padres, having played the sport for most of his life after learning in the UK with his brother William. The club is run by his friend Nacho, who said he was ‘excited’ for the duke to join the ranks.
The team, who have competed in a string of events in recent weeks, took home the Lisle Nixon Memorial trophy.
Meghan, who was wearing red lipstick, was on hand to present the prize and pecked all the team members on the cheek – before planting a kiss on her husband’s mouth.
Realising some of her lipstick had rubbed off, she quickly took her finger and gave Harry’s lips a wipe.
Meghan Markle channelled Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady as she presented Prince Harry with a cup at a polo tournament yesterday
The Duchess of Sussex gave her husband a kiss on the cheek after they won the Lisle Nixon Memorial Cup at the event
Meghan had to wipe her lipstick from her husband’s mouth after going in for a kiss on stage in front of spectators
Still a spot more! The Duchess of Sussex, who was wearing red lipstick, had to give Prince Harry’s face a wipe after the kiss
The prince recently joined polo team Los Padres, having played the sport for most of his life after learning in the UK with his brother William. The club is run by his friend Nacho, who said he was ‘excited’ for the duke to join the ranks
The Duchess of Sussex placed a hand on her husband’s chest as she presented him with his prize following his team’s win
The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a polka dot blouse, black wide brim hat and wide-leg shorts for the star-studded event in Santa Barbara yesterday.
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a retro look, styling her hair in large bouncy curls, as she joined Prince Harry at the polo
It comes as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare to fly to London for the Platinum Jubilee weekend.
Meghan, Archie and Lilibet will also jet to London, although they have not been invited to join full time royals on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the Trooping the Colour on June 2.
Last night the Queen kicked off celebrations to mark her extraordinary 70 years on the throne.
The Duke of Sussex was in his element as he played a friendly game of polo with his old friend Nacho Figueras on Saturday. Harry, 37, grew up playing the game with his older brother Prince William.
The Duchess of Sussex braved the grass in stiletto heels as she made her way to the stage to present Harry with the trophy
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked taken with one excited toddler who joined her father at the star-studded event
The event, which was open to the public, was completely sold out. Crowds cheered as Meghan stood on stage to present
Meghan opted for a monochrome look inspired by My Fair Lady’s Eliza Doolitle as she joined Prince Harry at the polo club
The Duchess of Sussex smiled as the polo team lifted the heavy trophy over her head during the presentation ceremony
The Duchess of Sussex beamed as she stepped up on stage alongside Prince Harry and members of his Los Padres team
And he showed he still has a keen interest since moving to the US, playing with professional polo player and face of Ralph Lauren Figueras at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club for the annual Harry East Memorial Tournament.
The club is not far from Montecito, where Harry and wife Meghan live with their two children, Archie, who turns three on Friday, and Lilibet, ten months.
Figueras was among the guests at Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in May 2018.
He is an ambassador of Sentebale – an organisation founded by the Prince – which is dedicated to helping children and young people who or whose family’s suffer with HIV and AIDs in Lesotho, South Africa.
Harry recently attended the Invictus Games at The Hague in the Netherlands with Meghan.