Smiling Meghan Markle applauds Prince Harry as the loved-up couple attend their FIRST ever public event together as he plays polo at exclusive Ascot club in front of star-packed crowd
- The 35-year-old Suits actress looked impeccably stylish in a navy asymmetric dress and a chic white blazer
- Fun-loving Prince Harry cavorted around the lavish Coworth Park polo club in Ascot, Berkshire, this afternoon
- Meghan, who has been dating Harry for ten months, will reportedly attend Pippa Middleton's wedding in May
- The Duke of Cambridge also joined in the horseplay, and was watched from the sidelines by crowds of celebs
- Celebrities like Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne, Darcey Bussell and Matt Smith were also among the attendees
Prince Harry was today joined by his American girlfriend Meghan Markle for their first ever public outing at an exclusive polo event in Ascot.
The beaming Suits actress, 35, who has been dating the fifth in line to the throne for ten months, clapped as she watched Harry play polo from the royal box.
The Los Angeles-born star looked impeccably stylish in a navy asymmetric dress by Antonio Berardi and white blazer as she proudly applauded from the balcony.
Despite initially trying to keep their romance under wraps, the outing at a formal occasion shows that their relationship is going from strength to strength.
Harry was also joined by his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, for the fun and games at the lavish Coworth Park polo club in Berkshire.
The youngest Prince looked in his element during the first day of the competition on the Berkshire grounds in front of celebrity onlookers including Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne, dancer Darcey Bussell and actor Matt Smith.
Prince Harry was joined by his American girlfriend Meghan Markle during an afternoon of horseplay at an exclusive polo event in Ascot today
Prince Harry has enjoyed an afternoon of horseplay at an exclusive polo event in Ascot today
The Suits actress looked impeccably stylish in a navy dress with an assymetric hem and button-down detail. Captain Mark Dyer, who acted as a mentor to Harry following the death of Princess Diana, was also seen in the royal box (second from left)
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