Prince and Harry and Meghan Markle spent a nice day together at a charity polo match, which ended with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sharing a kiss.
The event took place on Thursday, July 26, 2018, and Harry's team, Sentebale St. Regis, ended up winning the trophy by beating their opponent's 5-4, with two of the goals being scored by the Prince.
Sentebale's official Twitter page shared pictures of the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup with his fans and followers, were Harry can be seen holding the trophy alongside his wife and teammates.
Although the match was entertaining, the highlight of the sunny afternoon was the kiss shared by the Royals, which certainly brought memories of Prince Charles and Princess Diana to fans of the Royal Family.
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Just like his father, Harry is a big fan of polo and a great player as well, so when Meghan kissed him on the lips at the end of the event, it seemed as if Diana was kissing Charles.
Back in the day, when they were still happy, Diana would accompany her husband to his Polo matches and watch him play. One of those times, they kissed, just like Harry and Meghan did at the charity game.
It was a very sweet and special moment, not only because of the victory but also because it showed how Harry keeps on following his parents' footsteps, especially his mother's.
Even as a little boy, he saw how much Diana cared for those in need, which is why he has grown into a gentle and kind man. Much like his brother, Prince William, Harry decided to continue Diana's work.
In 2006, with the help of Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, Africa, he set up Sentebale in order to help children with HIV in Lesotho and Botswana while dismantling the stigma surrounding the disease.
All the money raised during the Polo match was donated to the charity, for which Harry has worked so much throughout the years. In fact, several never-seen-before photos of the Prince interacting with children from Lesotho have recently been released, proving how much the organization means to the 33-year-old royal.