William & Harry play charity polo day after Meghan supports her beau

Earlier this afternoon, Prince William and Prince Harry played polo for charity in the Audi Polo Challenge, the day after Meghan Markle cheered on her boyfriend in another game.

Prince William and Prince Harry play polo on the second day of the Audi Polo Challenge at Coworth Park, Ascot. (Picture by Stephen Lock / i-Images)

The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry played polo at Coworth Park, Ascot, to raise money in support of the Royal Marsden and Tusk Trust, two of William’s patronages,.

The brothers have played matches for charity since 2007, raising over £10 million for good causes through one of their favourite sports: polo.

Yesterday, Harry, 32, took part in day one of the Audi Polo Challenge, with the support of actress girlfriend Meghan; this is the first public event the pair have attended and it continues to fuel speculation of an engagement.

Nothing has come from the palace, of course, but the Prince does seem committed to the relationship to have her attend such events.

The match on Saturday was raising funds for Sentebale and Well Child, Harry’s charities.

Other celebs attended the event yesterday, including the Duke’s classmate, actor Eddie Redmayne, former ballet dancer Darcey Bussell, Tom Hardy, and Matt Smith.

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M.B. Marquez Mon 08 May, 2017 - 2:30 am

Cansadotos los hermanitos después de tan tremendo juego felicidades ????????


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