Meghan Markle watches Prince Harry for SECOND day of polo on Princess Diana’s birthday
MEGHAN Markle has been spotted supporting her husband Prince Harry for a second day at the Audi Polo Challenge in Ascot on what would have been Princess Diana’s 57th birthday.
Meghan Markle arrived at the Coworth Park in Ascot wearing a white shirt and tight black trousers, a casual look not to dissimilar to the outfit she wore for her first public appearance with Harry at the Invictus Games last year.
The new royal was suitably dressed for today’s 29C sunny weather as Meghan recycled her white-and-black Madewell x Biltmore Panama hat from yesterday.
The Duchess of Sussex was pictured beaming as she exited the car with Prince Harry in the lead.
Meghan was joined by her tennis star friend Serena Williams and Serena’s husband Alex Ohanian for the first day of the polo challenge yesterday.
The Duchess was flanked by security on Saturday and seems eager to avoid the cameras, but was full of smiles in the summer sun.
With the temperature at Cowarth Park Polo Club in Berkshire nearing 30C, Meghan wore an appropriately cool summer dress.
Meghan looked effortlessly chic in a cotton gingham Ashland shirt dress designed by Shoshanna Gruss.
Polo is a popular sport with the royals and last month Kate, Duchess of Cambridge was pictured with Prince George and Princess Charlotte as Prince William played at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire.
Today marks what would have been Princess Diana’s 57th birthday and tributes have been roling in for the People’s Princess, 21 years after her death.
Royal fans have continued to observe the late princess’ birthday after she tragically died in a car crash in Paris in 1997.
A touching post counting down the days to Diana’s birthday on Friday has received hundreds of comments and reactions on a Facebook group dedicated to remembering Prince William and Prince Harry’s mother.
And today Facebook groups have lit up with heartfelt message from Diana’s supporter.
One Facebook user commented: “She is sadly missed by all.
Another added: “Wonderful Princess Diana, so sadly missed.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK