Meghan Markle plants passionate kiss on Prince Harry as she presents him with trophy after he WON glamorous charity polo match in Miami – with Netflix cameras there to capture every minute of the action

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoyed a very romantic celebratory kiss at a glitzy charity polo match in Miami this evening – after the Duke stormed to victory in the tournament. 

The Duchess, 42, was seen presenting her husband with a trophy at the end of the match-up, before the pair puckered up for a kiss in front waiting photographers – while a Netflix camera crew captured every moment of the action for the Duke’s upcoming series about the elitist sport. 

Images showed a delightful – but slightly tired-looking – Harry celebrating with his teammates after the dynamic polo match, applauding his opponents before stepping up to accept his prize from his glamorous wife. 

The Duke of Sussex was beaming from ear-to-ear as his wife prepared to present him with the award, before the pair posed up with his teammates to celebrate their victory in the match, which saw Harry going head-to-head against his longtime pal Nacho Figueras.  

Meghan Markle was seen congratulating her husband Prince Harry with a passionate kiss after he won a charity polo match in Miami today

Meghan Markle was seen congratulating her husband Prince Harry with a passionate kiss after he won a charity polo match in Miami today

The pair enjoyed a passionate embrace amid the Duke's victory in Wellington

The pair enjoyed a passionate embrace amid the Duke’s victory in Wellington  

The pair were seen holding hands while smiling happily

The pair were seen holding hands while smiling happily 

The Duchess of Sussex, 42, beamed with delight as she presented her husband with his trophy

The Duchess of Sussex, 42, beamed with delight as she presented her husband with his trophy 

Harry appeared delighted with the results of the match, which saw him going head-to-head with his longtime friend Nacho Figueras

Harry appeared delighted with the results of the match, which saw him going head-to-head with his longtime friend Nacho Figueras 

Meghan, who was joined at the event by her close friend Serena Williams, put on a sensationally stylish display as she and Harry arrived hand-in-hand at a glitzy charity polo match in Palm Beach, Miami, with a camera crew in tow as they prepared to start filming for their next Netflix special. 

The Duchess of Sussex, 42, embraced the beaming sunshine in an elegant white dress, which featured a pleated skirt design, halterneck top, and a cut-out at the waist, completing her look with glamorous sunglasses, and a chain-strap shoulder bag. 

She dared to risk potential disaster by sporting a pair of towering heels on the grassy terrain, but seemed to suffer no issue as she and Harry made their way across the field, while surrounded by burly security guards. 

Meanwhile Harry opted for a pair of cream trousers, a pale grey jacket, and a crisp blue shirt, while donning some slip-on tan shoes – before changing into his team uniform and taking to the field for the match. 

The couple were then seen striding out onto the field while surrounded by a crew of cameramen who captured their every move as they chatted with Harry’s teammates. 

Harry and Meghan pulled up at the swish venue at around 4:30pm local time, with a film crew in tow shooting their every move. 

Meghan put on a stunning display as she and Prince Harry, 39, arrived hand-in-hand at the event earlier this evening

Meghan put on a stunning display as she and Prince Harry, 39, arrived hand-in-hand at the event earlier this evening 

The Duchess of Sussex braved the grassy terrain in a pair of towering nude heels that left her at serious risk of sinking into the ground beneath her

The Duchess of Sussex braved the grassy terrain in a pair of towering nude heels that left her at serious risk of sinking into the ground beneath her 

Meghan had her hair pulled back in a low ponytail, and she removed her sunglasses as the evening wore on and the sun set

Meghan had her hair pulled back in a low ponytail, and she removed her sunglasses as the evening wore on and the sun set

Meghan had her hair pulled back in a low ponytail, and she removed her sunglasses as the evening wore on and the sun set

Meghan took center stage as the team gathered around to celebrate their win

Meghan took center stage as the team gathered around to celebrate their win 

A film crew was seen following the couple around throughout the event

A film crew was seen following the couple around throughout the event 

The couple arrived at the event at around 4:30pm in an SUV

The couple arrived at the event at around 4:30pm in an SUV 

The cameras continued to roll as they hopped out of their white SUV with Harry’s Argentine polo player pal Nacho and were led to the clubhouse by excited staff as the Duke prepared to go head-to-head in the charity match against the Argentine star. 

The dapper Duke appeared moments later on a terrace where he was seen chatting with guests and posing for group photos. 

‘He looked the quintessential networker – shaking hands, smiling for photos. He looked in his element,’ one onlooker said. 

While Harry took to the field, Meghan was kept company by her former tennis pro pal Serena, who was seen sipping on a glass of champagne as they mingled with their fellow guests and friends. 

At one point, Serena and Harry enjoyed a warm hug as the Prince checked in on the action away from the match, embracing like old friends – having grown close in the years since the Duke and Duchess began dating.  

Harry and Meghan’s glamorous public arrival comes amid expert claims that the Duke is working closely with Archewell PRs to stage manage his appearances in an attempt to avoid any ‘gotcha’ moments.

Meghan was joined at the event by her close friend, tennis legend Serena Williams

Meghan was joined at the event by her close friend, tennis legend Serena Williams

Meghan embraced the beaming sunshine in an elegant white dress, which featured a pleated skirt design, halterneck top, and a cut-out at the waist

Meghan embraced the beaming sunshine in an elegant white dress, which featured a pleated skirt design, halterneck top, and a cut-out at the waist

Meanwhile Harry opted for a pair of cream trousers, a pale grey jacket, and a crisp blue shirt, while donning some slip-on tan shoes

Meanwhile Harry opted for a pair of cream trousers, a pale grey jacket, and a crisp blue shirt, while donning some slip-on tan shoes

The Sussexes looked very much in love as they marked Harry's triumphant victory

The Sussexes looked very much in love as they marked Harry’s triumphant victory 

Meghan pulled her husband into a warm embrace as he stared down at his prize

Meghan pulled her husband into a warm embrace as he stared down at his prize 

Harry's teammates gamely stood by as the couple enjoyed their smooch

Harry’s teammates gamely stood by as the couple enjoyed their smooch 

Many of Harry’s recent appearances have been very carefully publicized, with little information, video, or imagery shared ahead of or during the events. 

Instead, approved photos or video clips have been released hours, even days, after they take place. 

That same policy seems to have been very much in place at this latest event, with a staff member telling DailyMail.com that access was only granted to a pre-approved list of people.  

Soon after his arrival, Harry changed into his team uniform and took to the field on horseback, getting ready to take on good friend Nacho – with the two men captaining opposing teams in the three-way tournament. 

Harry looked thrilled to be back in the saddle and was seen grinning from ear-to-ear as he warmed up with his teammates on the field.  

As well as taking to the field during the match as a player, Harry is also taking on duties as an executive TV producer this weekend when he takes part in filming for an upcoming Netflix documentary project about the glamorous world of professional polo. 

Meanwhile, Meghan is working on her own non-fiction series for the streaming giant, with which the couple have a five-year production deal that was signed in 2020 and is thought to be worth around $100 million. 

Meghan’s project will focus on lifestyle-centric topics like gardening and cooking in a move that will likely allow her to cross-promote her new brand American Riviera Orchard, while the Duke will delve into the ‘aesthetic and social’ world of polo, a sport that he has played since he was a child. 

According to a statement released by Archewell on Thursday night, the show will ‘provide viewers with unprecedented access to the world of professional polo.’ 

They add: ‘Known primarily for its aesthetic and social scene, the series will pull the curtain back on the grit and passion of the sport, capturing players and all it takes to compete at the highest level.’ 

After greeting his guests, Harry changed into his team uniform in preparation of the match, which will see him going up against Nacho, with both men captaining opposing sides

After greeting his guests, Harry changed into his team uniform in preparation of the match, which will see him going up against Nacho, with both men captaining opposing sides 

The duo were flanked by burly security guards as they made their way into the event, which is being held at a polo club in Wellington, Florida, near Palm Beach

The duo were flanked by burly security guards as they made their way into the event, which is being held at a polo club in Wellington, Florida, near Palm Beach

As well as playing in the charity match, Harry will also be doing double duty as an executive TV producer in Miami, where he is filming for his upcoming Netflix series about professional polo

As well as playing in the charity match, Harry will also be doing double duty as an executive TV producer in Miami, where he is filming for his upcoming Netflix series about professional polo  

While Harry's Netflix project will delve into the glamorous world of polo, Meghan is working on her own production for the streaming site that will focus on lifestyle-centric topics

While Harry’s Netflix project will delve into the glamorous world of polo, Meghan is working on her own production for the streaming site that will focus on lifestyle-centric topics 

Harry looked thrilled to be back in the saddle and was seen grinning from ear-to-ear as he warmed up for the match

Harry looked thrilled to be back in the saddle and was seen grinning from ear-to-ear as he warmed up for the match 

The Duke is captaining one of three teams that are taking part in the match, which will raise funds for his charity Sentebale

The Duke is captaining one of three teams that are taking part in the match, which will raise funds for his charity Sentebale 

As well as Harry’s match on Friday, filming is also expected to take place at the US Open Polo Championships, which take place in Wellington, Florida, over the weekend. 

It has been a busy week for Prince Harry, who has appeared at two different panel events on different sides of the country since Monday. 

On Wednesday he traveled to San Francisco to take part in the Uplift summit held by life coaching company BetterUp, for whom he serves as Chief Impact Officer.

Harry took part in a conversation with The Office star Mindy Kaling at the $1,600-a-ticket event, however – unlike many of the panel discussions and roundtables that took place during the summit – the Duke’s appearance was not broadcast on the livestream. 

Harry had previously been advertised as a speaker for the Uplift conference, however his specific event was not included in the official agenda – and so the only way of seeing him was to be present at the pricey two-day summit.

Experts told DailyMail.com that this may well have been part of a coordinated effort on the part of the Duke and his PR advisers at Archewell to manage photographs and videos from his public appearances – with any output being edited by Archewell or event organizers before being released. 

Harry and Meghan were joined at the event by Nacho - who is known as the 'David Beckham of polo' and his wife, Argentine socialite Delfina Blaquier

Harry and Meghan were joined at the event by Nacho – who is known as the ‘David Beckham of polo’ and his wife, Argentine socialite Delfina Blaquier

Meghan smiled and waved at the cameras as she walked hand-in-hand with Nacho and Delfina's daughter Alba

Meghan smiled and waved at the cameras as she walked hand-in-hand with Nacho and Delfina’s daughter Alba  

Harry has been friends with Nacho for years - and it's understood that Meghan has formed a close bond with the Argentine polo star's wife Delfina

Harry has been friends with Nacho for years – and it’s understood that Meghan has formed a close bond with the Argentine polo star’s wife Delfina 

The Duke has been playing polo since he was a child - and regularly used to compete alongside his brother Prince William and father King Charles

The Duke has been playing polo since he was a child – and regularly used to compete alongside his brother Prince William and father King Charles 

He made a similarly under-the-radar appearance at a panel discussion event in Miami on Thursday night, when he opened up about his love of Africa, while paying tribute to the work that his late mother Princess Diana had done to help those affected by HIV and AIDS. 

‘Africa’s in my heart, Africa’s in my soul,’ he said. ‘I first went there when I was 12… 13 years old, and after so many years I wanted to give back to it because it had given me so much.

‘The vast open space, the cultures, the communities, the people, the wildlife, just the freedom was a huge piece of why I loved Africa so much. 

‘We called [our charity] Sentebale – in Lesotho, the local language, it means “forget me not” and it’s really focused on ensuring the younger generation are quite literally not forgotten.’ 

He went on to honor his mother’s work in Africa, explaining how it helped to shape his own charitable endeavors in the region – and his desire to launch Sentebale in the first place.

‘My mother had a strong focus on HIV and AIDS but also of the younger generation because it’s their futures that are being stolen from them,’ he explained. 

Harry's charity has been closely intertwined with the sport of polo for years, with the Duke regularly taking part in charity matches held in aid of Sentebale causes

Harry’s charity has been closely intertwined with the sport of polo for years, with the Duke regularly taking part in charity matches held in aid of Sentebale causes

The Duke's love of polo extends well beyond his charity work however, having been a favorite hobby of his since childhood

The Duke's love of polo extends well beyond his charity work however, having been a favorite hobby of his since childhood

The Duke’s love of polo extends well beyond his charity work however, having been a favorite hobby of his since childhood 

The youngest son of King Charles used to regularly compete in matches alongside his father and his brother, Prince William

The youngest son of King Charles used to regularly compete in matches alongside his father and his brother, Prince William

Harry's new Netflix program will allow him to give an inside look at the world of the international sport that he has loved for so long

Harry's new Netflix program will allow him to give an inside look at the world of the international sport that he has loved for so long

Harry’s new Netflix program will allow him to give an inside look at the world of the international sport that he has loved for so long

Harry appeared alongside the charity’s chair Dr. Sophie Chandauka, as well as Alix Lebec, the founder and CEO of an organization called Lebec, a company that aims to ‘reimagine how global capital markets can be a force for good’, Hector Mujica, the head of economic opportunity at Google.org, and Sam Bakhshandehpour, the CEO of José Andrés’ hotel group. 

Dr. Chandauka also attended the polo match, where she was seen posing alongside Harry, Nacho – who is an ambassador for Sentebale – and the charity’s CEO Richard Miller. 

Harry co-founded Sentebale alongside Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006, with the aim of helping vulnerable children in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi, including those who are affected by extreme poverty and the HIV and AIDS epidemic.

The charity has been closely intertwined with the sport of polo for years, with the Duke regularly taking part in charity matches held in aid of Sentebale causes. 

Last year, the Duke jetted off to Singapore to take part in a polo match with Nacho as part of the Sentebale Polo Cup, which returned to the country for the first time since 2017. 

Harry’s love of polo extends well beyond his charity work however. 

The youngest son of King Charles has been playing the sport since he was a child, and used to regularly compete in matches alongside his father and his brother, Prince William. 

However it has been years since the Duke has taken to the field with his family members amid an ongoing and very well publicized rift between Harry and the rest of the royals.  

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