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Prince Harry looks relaxed as he makes another cameo in posh world of polo

By Ben Ashford in Wellington, Florida for Dailymail.Com

21:51 April 13, 2024, updated 22:05 April 13, 2024

  • Prince joined Team Valiente as they faced Coca-Cola at the National Polo Center
  • He kept a low profile, but his arrival was announced by a large Netflix film crew
  • He and Meghan attended a charity match at the Grand Champions Polo Club on Friday



Prince Harry makes another appearance in the posh world of polo as he huddles with players on the sidelines of a US Open quarter-final.

The Prince joined Team Valiente backstage as they prepared to take on Coca-Cola at the National Polo Center.

He cut an inconspicuous figure, dressed in black jeans and a gray T-shirt, but his arrival was heralded by a dozen Netflix camera crews, on hand to film his interactions with the stunned players.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, was in Wellington, Florida, this weekend to film scenes for his new Netflix show about the genteel world of polo.

He and Meghan were the main attraction on Friday afternoon as they attended a charity match at the Royal Salute Polo Challenge at the swanky Grand Champions Polo Club.

Prince Harry makes another appearance in the posh world of polo as he huddles with players on the sidelines of a US Open quarter-final.
The prince cut a discreet figure in black jeans and a gray t-shirt
His arrival was announced by a Netflix film crew of a dozen people, on hand to film his interactions with the stunned players.
The Prince joined Team Valiente backstage as they prepared to take on Coca-Cola at the National Polo Center.

The pair mingled with spectators and smiled for photos before Harry saddled up to face a team led by his dashing Argentinian pal, Nacho Figueras.

The carefully choreographed event raised money for the Sentebale organization that the prince co-founded in 2006 to help children battling HIV in Africa.

It was also the opportunity to begin filming Harry’s new documentary offering “unprecedented access to the world of professional polo”, one of two new Sussex projects in preparation.

A camera crew followed the couple’s every move as Harry scored a goal then took to the podium to receive the trophy – and a tender kiss from Meghan.

They were back Saturday as a dozen crew members arrived at the U.S. National Polo Center to get into position to film a U.S. Open quarterfinal between teams Coca-Cola and Valiente.

The new series will be produced by Miloš Balać, the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker behind Ryan Reynolds’ sports documentary Welcome to Wrexham.

The Prince was flanked by two plainclothes guards, but looked relaxed and engrossed in the pre-match discussion before the two teams took the field.

Harry was joined on the sidelines by Nacho, with both men watching with interest as the crew sent up a drone to get aerial footage of the match.

The Prince took a keen interest in the production side, watching segments of the footage on a monitor.

He stopped briefly to pet a cute Jack Russell dog and take a video call, passing the phone to Nacho to say hello.

Meghan put on a stunning show as she and Prince Harry, 39, arrived hand-in-hand at the event on Friday.
Meghan Markle was seen congratulating her husband Prince Harry with a passionate kiss after winning a charity polo match in Miami on Friday.

Valiente’s star player Adolfo Cambiaso was part of Harry’s victorious team in Friday’s charity match.

The Argentinian is considered one of the best players in the world.

“He didn’t say too much. He came to observe and support Cambiaso. They are good friends,” said team member Valiente.

The score was deadlocked at 5-5 when the Prince left, he and his entourage jumping into a stunning black Merecedes SUV before driving away.

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