Prince Harry beams at polo match in first sighting after Lilibets birth
Prince Harry was all smiles at a charity polo match performance during his first public appearance since the birth of his daughter Lilibet Diana.
The Duke of Sussex was raising funds for charity Sentebale, which supports the mental health of children and young people in southern Africa.
Harry's event raised over £2.5m for the fund, The Sun reported.
The prince's team won the match 3-0, with Harry proving a decisive goalscorer.
It's believed Harry's highly anticipated memoir penned during lockdown may send shockwaves through the royal family when it is published next year.
But Harry's focus was instead on the match yesterday, as he put in a blinder alongside Argentine polo player and Sentebale ambassador Nacho Figueras.
The polo star posted a picture of him and Prince Harry on Instagram.
He commented under the post: "How lucky I am to be able to ride along with you in your mission of making the world a better place for people not as fortunate as us.
"It is your commitment and passion to give back that is my inspiration.
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"It was so great spending a couple of days with you my friend."
The Colorado event was Harry's first public appearance since the birth of his daughter Lilibet on June 4.
But he has kept busy out of the limelight, assisting Meghan Markle with her slick 40th birthday video and announcing his upcoming memoir.
During the Duchess of Sussex's birthday clip, he made a cameo appearance during a blooper reel where he stood outside by the window.
He attempted to juggle – which made Meghan chuckle – and it even got a laugh from comic Melissa McCarthy.
The Duke was inspired to found Sentebale after seeing the suffering first-hand of young people in Botswana and Lesotho during his gap year.
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