Prince Harry Plays in Polo Tournament for Charity on Trip to Singapore


Prince Harry, also known as the Duke, took part in a polo tournament in Singapore while being thousands of miles away from his wife, Meghan. The 38-year-old royal embarked on a five-day business trip with his friend, Argentinian polo player Nacho Figueras. The purpose of the tournament was to raise funds for Prince Harry's charity, Sentebale.

A Shared Trophy and a Tie

Prince Harry and Nacho Figueras, both adorned in their polo gear, played against each other in the intense match that ended in a 7-7 tie. Despite being competitors on the field, the two friends maintained their sportsmanship and were presented with a shared trophy after the game, symbolizing not just their rivalry but also their camaraderie.

From Singapore to Japan

In addition to his polo tournament in Singapore, Prince Harry also made a visit to Japan. He and Figueras arrived in Tokyo together on Tuesday, further demonstrating their strong bond.

Meghan Holds Down the Fort in California

While Prince Harry was busy with his engagement abroad, Meghan remained in California with their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. Meghan recently opened up about her struggles with mental health during and after her first pregnancy, revealing the dark thoughts she had experienced. Her candid interview with Oprah Winfrey shed light on the emotional challenges she faced.