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Prince William looks super cool in shades as he returns to polo field for important reason

HELLO! 09 July, 2021 - 10:57am

The Duke of Cambridge participated in the Out-Sourcing Inc. Royal Charity Polo Cup 2021, which helps to raise money for charities supported by him and the Duchess of Cambridge.

Funds raised will go towards Centrepoint, East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH), Family Action, Fields in Trust, The Forward Trust, London Air Ambulance, Mountain Rescue England and Wales and Tusk.

William looked incredibly cool in a pair of shades, as well as his polo kit which consisted of some white trousers and a blue and white polo shirt.

He played for the US Polo Assn team, and scored two goals during the match. The pony that he rode during the fourth and sixth chukkas, a gelding called Savot, was named Pony of the Match.

The Duke played with top polo players like Mark Tomlinson and Clive Reid, as well as Aiyawatt 'Top' Srivaddhanaprabha, the owner and chairman of Leicester City football club, and son of the late Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash in 2018.

The royal was not joined by his wife at the match after she came into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 while she attended Wimbledon.

A spokesperson said: "Last week the Duchess of Cambridge came into contact with someone who has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19.

Prince William is a huge fan of the sport and often took part in charity matches alongside his brother Prince Harry.

But the Duke is also keen on many other sports including football, and he has been at Wembley Stadium to watch England beat Germany and Denmark during their Euros 2020 run.

When he watched the England vs. Germany game, he was joined by the Duchess of Cambridge and their son, Prince George.

However, the young royal was unable to join his father during England's victory over Denmark, and it was possibly due to the later start time of the match.

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Prince William Is Back in the Saddle! The Duke of Cambridge Makes His Return to the Polo Pitch

PEOPLE 09 July, 2021 - 09:33am

The Duke of Cambridge took part in the Out-Sourcing Inc. Royal Charity Polo Cup 2021 at Guards Polo Club Windsor, raising funds and awareness for charities both he and Kate Middleton support, including Centrepoint, East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH), Family Action, Fields in Trust, The Forward Trust, London Air Ambulance, Mountain Rescue England and Wales, and Tusk.

William, 39, hosted NHS workers for the Big Tea at Buckingham Palace on Monday and expressed his appreciation for their work during the pandemic.

On Wednesday, he was able to mix business with pleasure, attending the UEFA Euro 2020 semifinals and reuniting with Danish royal as England faced off against Denmark, winning the game to advance to Sunday's finals against Italy.

Meghan Markle followed Harry Kane on social media despite Prince Harry's love of Arsenal

Express 09 July, 2021 - 08:52am

The Duke of Cambridge seemed in high spirits as he supported England during the Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday. Prince William, who looked dapper in a suit, could be seen applauding from the stands as he cheered on Gareth Southgate's Three Lions. Celebrating the victory, he wrote on Twitter: "What a game, what a result!

"The whole country will be behind you on Sunday #ItsComingHome."

England will now face Italy in the final after the Azzurri beat Spain on penalties on Tuesday.

The Duke is expected to attend the match once again.

Across the pond, his brother, Prince Harry, has been extremely quiet about his country making history, though.

Harry, his wife Meghan Markle and their two children Archie and Lilibet now live in California, US and tensions have been high following the couple's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.

It is not clear whether he and his wife are even following the European championships.

Meghan used to be a football supporter, though.

In 2018, it was disclosed the soon-to-be-Duchess was a big fan of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane and then-Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

Belgian stopper Courtois was another player who had caught the eye of Meghan.

SunSport contacted Kensington Palace to find out why she had decided to keep tabs on Kane and Courtois on social media.

However, almost immediately afterwards her social media accounts got taken down, which had remained open throughout her courtship with Prince Harry.

Kane was one of three Premier League players the former Suits star followed, The Sun reported.

Chelsea goalkeeper Courtois was also on the list, along with Stoke defender Geoff Cameron.

The majority of people Meghan followed on Twitter were reportedly friends, fellow celebrities and politicians in the States.

Neither Kane or Courtois are big names outside of football in America, so Meghan following the pair was seen as a big clue as to where her loyalties lied on the pitch.

Not much is known about Queen Elizabeth II and football, either.

The Queen was ranked fifth, beating former Italian Prime Minister and AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi.

Mr Berlusconi oversaw five of Milan's seven Champions League triumphs after he took over the Rossoneri back in 1986.

However, Mr Blatter claimed the Queen's ability to recognise him at a Buckingham Palace reception in 2004 – as part of Fifa's centenary celebrations – put her above the controversial Italian.

The ex-Fifa president told Sky Sports News of his meeting with the Queen: "She saw me and said, 'I know you, you are the man of football.'

"She is une grande dame, a ready lady."

Why William called in lawyers over row about Harry's mental health

Daily Mail 09 July, 2021 - 05:38am

By Palace Confidential For Mail+

It's not what was in the ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: Where Did it Go Wrong? that got royal watchers excited – it was what was left on the cutting room floor that proved to be the biggest talking point.

A version of the documentary shown to the media featured a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had planted stories in the press about Prince Harry's mental health. 

This infuriated Prince William who instructed lawyers to challenge this, ITV acquiesced and the film that was shown to the public made no mention of it.

The incident shows 'that there is a line in the sand' for William, the Daily Mail's Royal Editor Rebecca English tells royal programme Palace Confidential. 

Prince William and Prince Harry arrive for the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana at The Sunken Garden in Kensington Palace, on July 1 

The Daily Mail's Royal Editor Rebecca English speaks to royal programme Palace Confidential

'The suggestion that he had briefed about his brother and mental health issues was just a step too far for him'.

Let's look at who is making these claims, argues the Daily Mail's diarist Richard Eden. It's Omid Scobie who is Harry and Meghan's 'stormtrooper' and 'cheerleader'. 

He's 'coming up with increasingly strident and – I would say – provocative comments. And he made a claim, which he didn't have any evidence to back up.' 

A version of ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: Where Did it Go Wrong? shown to the media featured a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had planted stories in the press about Prince Harry's mental health

Let's look at who is making these claims, argues the Daily Mail's diarist Richard Eden. It's Omid Scobie who is Harry and Meghan's 'stormtrooper' and 'cheerleader'

The Mail on Sunday's diarist Charlotte Griffiths meanwhile says that the documentary – Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong? – illustrates just the tough line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother. 

'A new picture is emerging that William is much tougher in this situation than we previously thought…' she says. 'He was not taking any nonsense from very early on it seems'.

There are claims in the documentary that as younger men Harry had the party boy tag, but William liked a night out just as much. 

There are claims in the documentary that as younger men Harry had the party boy tag, but William liked a night out just as much

The Mail on Sunday's diarist Charlotte Griffiths says that the documentary – Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong? – illustrates just the tough line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother

Charlotte reveals from personal experience what a night out with the princes involved and how they were different.

Perhaps not to be outdone by her grandsons, the Queen has paid a visit to the country's most famous pub – the Rovers Return. 

Her Majesty made the visit to the venue – and the famous cobbles outside – as part of a visit to the Coronation Street set, where she met the cast.

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