Prince Harry Competes At Charity Polo Match Without New Mom Meghan Markle & Son Archie
A few weeks after welcoming son Archie, Prince Harry stepped out on Friday, May 24, to attend the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup charity match in Rome. He arrived at the event solo, without wife Meghan Markle or his son. Scroll through to see the pics!
Harry, 36, kept it cool with his light gray suit jacket, white button-down and white trousers.
The charity polo tournament was held to raise funds for his African charity, Sentebale. The organization helps sick and vulnerable children affected by AIDs in Africa.
The Duke of Sussex was also there to support his friend and famed Argentinian polo player, Nacho Figueras.
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After posing for photos, Harry and Nacho suited up in their polo gear to get ready for the match. The new dad handed his pal a trophy and smiled for the cameras!
The outing was Harry's first night away from Meghan and Archie since their baby was born.
Meghan gave birth on May 6 and debuted her son two days later at Windsor Castle. "It's magic, it's pretty amazing. He's just been the dream so it's been a special couple of days," she told the press at the time.
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