Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Spotted Kissing At Polo Match

The 35-year-old Suits actress and her royal beau were seen canoodling at a polo match, and we couldn't be happier for the pair.

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Ahead of Pippa Middleton's wedding to hedge fund financier, James Matthews on 20 May, it appears VIP guests Meghan Markle and her boyfriend, Prince Harry, are celebrating their own love ahead of the big day.

On Saturday, the Suits actress watched from the sidelines at the Audi Polo Challenge in Coworth Park, Berkshire, as Prince Harry rode in a polo match to support his charities, Sentebale and Well Child.


The 32-year-old was joined by his brother Prince William to raise funds and awareness for their various charities, while Markle confirmed her relationship with the royal is serious, with the outing being the pair's first public event.

During the match, Meghan – who wore a navy asymmetric dress by Antonio Berardi and white blazer for the event – was spotted cheering for her beau from the stands, alongside Mark Dyer, a former Welsh Guards officer and close friend of Harry who helped set up the Sentebale charity.

Later, the 35-year-old Californian beauty was spotted kissing her boyfriend – with whom she's rumored to be moving in with later this year – in the car park of the event, leading the British press to speculate the pair's PDAs are a sign marriage might be on the cards for duo.


According to the Mail, the actress has taken a week's holiday from filming her hit USA television show and has combined her appearance at the polo with Pippa's upcoming nuptials.

The news comes amid rumours the Queen has reportedly told Prince William and Prince Harry to stop 'soul-baring' and put more emphasis on state duties, following their recent open discussions about mental health to promote their charity, Heads Together.


A royal source told the Times: 'As successful as that campaign was, it might be that soul-baring isn't what Buckingham Palace is looking for.

'The direct impact [of Prince Philip's retirement] will be that the Cambridges will be expected to step up and undertake more state business and do less of their campaign work,' they mentioned.

Well, we for one couldn't be more thrilled the royal pair are speaking up about their struggles with mental health, and to see Prince Harry going public with relationship with Markle.

Cheers, to Harry.

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