Prince Harry Hits the Polo Field After Meeting Niece Charlotte for First Time
By Jackie Willis
Prince Harry got right back on that horse after meeting Prince William and Kate Middleton's baby girl, Princess Charlotte, earlier in the weekend.
His Royal Hotness was spotted competing in a charity polo match on Sunday in Gloucester, England. Vying for The Jerudong Trophy at the Cirencester Park Polo Club, Prince Harry looked as handsome as ever in his green getup.
Though his team ended up losing 8 to 7, the match was able to raise funds for two charities, WellChild and MapAction, that the 30-year-old royal gives to. Proceeds also went to Centrepoint, which his brother Prince William backs.
After spending five weeks abroad, Prince William had a big weekend home. The royal was finally able to meet his niece at William and Kate's country home, Anmer Hall.
Harry unfortunately missed Charlotte's birth on May 2 as he was in Australia on a four-week secondment to the Australian Defense Force, but was able to bring back some gifts from the people down under.
"I have been given a hell of a lot of cuddly toys from this morning and other things," Harry told the Australian press just days after the birth of his new niece. "So, yeah, I look forward to it. I'm looking forward to meeting her. She's beautiful. So, it's great."