Rebel Wilson alludes to royal family feud: ‘Team Harry’

Rebel Wilson is Team Harry.

The “Pitch Perfect” star seemingly alluded to the UK’s infamous royal rift as she was pictured with Prince Harry during his polo match in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Sunday.

Posting a picture with the Duke of Sussex on Instagram, the Aussie actress hinted at the ongoing feud among the members of the royal family, writing, “Team Harry.”

Harry and his wife Meghan Markle sent shockwaves across the globe in 2020 when they announced they were officially stepping down as senior members of the royal family.

In a desperate bid to retire their royal lifestyle, the pair relocated to Los Angeles with their son, Archie, to start afresh.

Since uprooting their lives to live in the Golden State, the pair has welcomed a daughter, Lilibet, and remain largely detached from Harry’s family — including father William, Charles, and grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Harry plays in a polo match while Meghan Markle watches from a sideline party in Santa Barbara, California.
Prince Harry plays in a polo match while Meghan Markle watches from a sideline party in Santa Barbara, California.
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Also attending the polo event was Markle, who was pictured smooching Harry in a rare PDA moment.

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

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are due to visit the UK again in June for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration — but will not appear with the monarch or other working members of the royal family for the traditional photo op on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Prince Harry poses for a photo with Rebel Wilson after a polo match in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Prince Harry poses for a photo with Rebel Wilson after a polo match in Santa Barbara, Calif.
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Meghan Markle watches Prince Harry play polo in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Meghan Markle watches Prince Harry play polo in Santa Barbara, Calif.
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The couple last saw the Queen in April ahead of her 96th birthday while they were overseas for the Invictus Games.

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