Meghan Markle broke out her casual summer outfit to support Prince Harry at a recent polo match. On June 17, the Duchess of Sussex was spotted watching her husband play polo in Santa Barbara, California, wearing an oversized denim button-down blouse over a pair of loose-fitting denim shorts that one fan account has credited to the brand Dôen.
According to its website, the Lane shorts retail for $148 and are presently sold out in all sizes. Markle dressed the summer twist on a Canadian tuxedo with a pair of black sunnies and brown shoes, keeping her hair in a half-up, half-down look with loose face-framing strands.
It’s been reported by the Daily Mail
Under the name Harry Wales, the Duke of Sussex plays polo for the Los Padres team. His team lost in the semifinals on Friday, so they won’t be playing in the finals of the Pacific Coast Circuit Intra-Circuit Cup.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just got back from their first trip to the U.K. as a family since they stopped being royals in March 2020. Early in June, the Sussexes brought their three-year-old son Archie and their one-year-old daughter Lilibet Diana to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. This was the first time Lilibet met her great-grandmother. It was also the day of her first birthday.
During their visit, the royal couple kept a low profile. They were only seen briefly backstage at Trooping the Colour before going to the National Service of Thanksgiving. Photos from the party and reports from people who know about the royal family show that the couple did not spend time with Kate Middleton and Prince William.
On June 4, instead of going to the Platinum Jubilee events, the Sussex family celebrated Lilibet’s first birthday at Frogmore Cottage with their friend and photographer Misan Harriman. Misan posted photos of the small party on Instagram. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to Wales with Prince George, who is eight, and Princess Charlotte, who is seven. They wished their niece Lilibet, who turned one today, a happy birthday on Twitter, writing, “Wishing Lilibet a very happy birthday!”