Prince Harry is 'in his element' while playing polo
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Royal experts discussed Prince Harry’s recent appearance during a charity polo match at the Aspen Valley Polo Cup in Colorado. Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie, who are co-hosts of the royal podcast Royally Obsessed, said the Duke looked remarkably “happy and healthy”. Harry took part in the match last Thursday in his first return to the polo field since his move to the US.
Ms Fiorito said: “How happy is Prince Harry looking these days?
“I know he had a mask on for a lot of the photos ops but he just looks great.
“He looks healthy and happy and in a good place.”
Ms Bowie added: “I feel all the royals are just so in their element when they are doing athletic things, and especially Harry and polo.”
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The podcast host continued: “He seems to just really love polo.
“There was that weird report that said he was selling off all of his polo ponies left in the UK but this just shows he still loves polo.
“It is definitely a passion of his.”
Ms Fiorito responded: “He also managed to raise for 3.5 million dollars for Sentebale.
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“It is an organisation he founded as a way to honour Diana, and it’s named after her favourite flower too.”
The pair also discussed reports that Archie has supposedly been taking riding lessons, suggesting Harry’s son may follow him into playing polo.
Harry’s Sentebale charity team came in first at the polo tournament, winning the prize money to help the HIV/AIDS charity’s efforts in Lesotho and Botswana.
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Harry’s longtime friend and Argentine polo pro Nacho Figueras joined him on the Sentebale team.
After the match, Mr Figueras praised Harry’s fundraising efforts on Instagram: “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.
“It was so great spending a couple of days with you, my friend.”
Harry also used the opportunity to announce he is donating £1.1 million from the earnings of his upcoming memoir to Sentebale.
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