Prince Harry, Meghan Markle kiss at polo match

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Whoa, Nelly!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle showed rare PDA Sunday as they kissed at a polo tournament in Santa Barbara, Calif.

The “Suits” alum was seen caressing the renegade royal’s cheek as she planted a sweet smooch on his lips following his participation in the match at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

She was then photographed wiping her red lipstick off his face as they both laughed.

Markle, 40, looked chic in a black polka-dot blouse, a long white skirt and a big, black sun hat. She accessorized with black slingback heels and sunglasses.

Meanwhile, Harry, 37, was dressed for the sport, matching his teammates in a green shirt and white riding pants. Earlier in the day, he was seen wearing a helmet as he rode a horse and helped his team earn a win on the green.

Prince Harry playing polo on a horse
Harry stayed focused on the game when he wasn’t busy snogging his wife for all to see.

Markle appeared to be channeling Harry’s late mom, Princess Diana, who notably wore a black and white polka-dot dress to Prince Charles’ polo match in 1985. Charles and Diana notoriously shared a cold, emotionless peck at the time, just four years after their wedding, amid rumors he was cheating with his now-wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.

Meghan Markle wearing a sun hat at the polo match.
Markle looked posh in polka-dots and a sun hat.

But Markle and Harry, who share two children — son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 11 months — looked as in love as ever as they celebrated his victory.

Harry and his team, Las Padres, won the Lisle Nixon Memorial cup by a score of 14 to 10.

Prince Harry playing polo on a horse.
The Duke of Sussex’s team won with a score of 14 to 10.

The former actress posed for photos with her husband and his team members as he lifted up a big trophy inscribed with the words, “A true gentleman who dedicated his life to the sport he loved 1978.”

Meghan Markle at the polo match.
Markle celebrated Harry’s win by helping present a trophy to his team.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who moved to Los Angeles in 2020 after resigning from their royal duties, are due to visit the UK again in June for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebration.

The couple last visited the Queen in April ahead of the monarch’s 96th birthday while they were overseas for the Invictus Games.


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