The pair participated in the Jerudong Park Trophy match at Cirencester Park Polo Club to raise funds for two of their charities — Centrepoint and Walking With the Wounded — as well as The Household Cavalry Operational Casualties Fund. They have raised millions over the years with their charity games.
Harry, whose girlfriend, Meghan Markle, was spotted at one of his polo matches in May, was all smiles at the event, laughing and joking around during and after the game.
Harry, 32, and William, 35, have been taking on
more royal duties as their grandparents, the Queen and Prince Philip, scale
back on their public appearances. Earlier this week, Harry attended the
premiere of the WWII film Dunkirk, where he met with the cast including Harry
Polo mallets have to be held in the right hand, and William, who is left-handed, had to work harder than right-handed Harry to master to intricacies of the sport. “William didn’t want to be outdone by his brother,” Nicholas Colquhoun-Denvers, president of the Federation of International Polo, said in 2016.