Meghan proved she is Prince Harry’s number one fan. The Duchess of Sussex has arrived in Berkshire to cheer on Harry who was playing in the polo match he staged in aid of children in Africa living with HIV and Aids.
The polo match was being held in aid of Sentebale. It is a charity that Harry and his friend Prince Seeiso of Lesotho set up in memory of their late mothers. Anyway, Sentebalemeans ‘forget me not’ in the local language.
The event was organized to raise funds and awareness for Sentebale. Sentebale works with children and teenagers in Lesotho and Botswana who are coming to terms with being HIV positive, have Aids or have lost their parents to the disease.
Meghan was watching from the side and enthusiastically cheered on her husband who was playing in the charity polo match he staged in Berkshire.
She wore a denim BTW designed by Carolina Herrera and looked really quite chic on the Duchess.
The 36-year-old accessorized with a basket clutch by J. Crew and glam sunglasses. She also wore a pair of nude Deneuve Bow heels by her go-to shoe designer Aquazzura.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex posed with Sentebale ambassador Nacho Figueras and his wife Delfina at the start of the event, alongside Sentebale chairman Johnny Hornby and CEO Cathy Ferrier.
The group headed off for lunch before Nacho and Harry took part in the charity match.
Meghan was noticed having a deep conversation with DelfinaFiguerasas they walked along the red carpet.
Meghan’s today’s appearance comes after she and friend Serena cheered on Harry and new brother-in-law William at the Audi Polo Challenge in Ascot last month.
Mike Tindall, Harry’s cousin-in-law, was also noticed in the crowds. He came to show his support as well as the duke’s friend and former mentor Mark Dyer.
Prince Harry has just returned from his visit to the Netherlands. His mission there was to raise awareness of the fight against AIDs.
Harry and Meghan will set out on their first overseas tour as husband and wife in October. The couple will visit Australia, where they will launch the Invictus Games in Sydney.
They will then travel to New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.