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Meghan Markle comforts Prince Harry after polo loss

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Prince Harry joined the Los Padres polo team in May under the name Harry Wales: (Image: Backgrid; MEGA)

Meghan Markle put a comforting hand on Prince Harry’s leg after his polo team’s defeat in a rare public display of love.

The Duchess joined other WAGs to cheer for her husband as his team Los Padres faced Folded Hills in a semi-final match at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

She seemed animated as she watched the game intently, sip of lemonade in hand.

Meghan wore a relaxed denim shirt and shorts as she offered her support from the sidelines.

Previous polo matches were cause for celebration as the pair shared a tender kiss after Harry’s team won a match at an event in May.

This time Meghan was seen with her hand on his leg as she comforted Harry.

The prince was photographed screaming in frustration after his team failed to secure a win.

Santa Barbara, CA - Meghan Markle comforts Prince Harry by placing her hand on his knee after his Los Padres polo team lost a semifinal match to Folded Hills on Friday (June 17) at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. Meghan also hugged Harry's teammate and pal Nacho Figueras. The prince was also hugged by Nacho's wife, Delfina Blaquier. Harry's team was vying for a spot in Sunday's Chaval Athletics USPA IntraCircuit Finals. Pictured: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry BACKGRID USA 17 JUNE 2022 USA: +1 310 798 9111 / usasales@backgrid.com UK: +44 208 344 2007 / uksales@backgrid.com Release*

Meghan was seen with her hand on his leg as she comforted Harry (Image: Backgrid)

Prince Harry gets emotional after losing his polo match while Meghan Markle supports him from the sidelines on Friday in Santa Barbara, California. Prince Harry's team lost the match 11-7. Prince Harry changes his socks after the game and looks a little dejected with his team-mates, while Meghan chats with friends in a blue jumper. June 17, 2022 Pictured: Prince Harry gets emotional after losing his polo match while Meghan Markle supports him from the sidelines. Photo Credit: Garrett Alan Cheen / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

Harry screamed in frustration as his team failed to pull off a win (Image: Garrett Alan Cheen / MEGA)

Santa Barbara, CA - Meghan Markle hangs out with the Polo WAGS while enjoying a cold beverage and watching Prince Harry play polo. Pictured: Meghan Markle BACKGRID USA 17 JUNE 2022 USA: +1 310 798 9111 / usasales@backgrid.com UK: +44 208 344 2007 / uksales@backgrid.com

Meghan was dressed casually in a denim top and shorts (Image: Backgrid)

The 37-year-old Duke joined Los Padres in May under the name Harry Wales and has spent the last few weeks playing with his team-mates.

The team competes in the Pacific Coast Circuit Inter-Circuit Cup and was founded by Harry’s friend Nacho Figueras, 45, who is credited as the David Beckham of polo.

Meghan was seen hugging Nacho during yesterday’s sports game and she also chatted with his wife Delfina Blaquier on the sidelines.

The photos emerged after Prince William’s friends shared how he’s still mourning his rift with his brother but isn’t ready to forgive him for his bombastic Oprah interview last year.

Santa Barbara, CA - Meghan Markle watches her husband, Prince Harry, play this latest polo match. The King played for Los Padres at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club on Friday (June 17). Harry's side takes on Folded Hills. Pictured: Prince Harry BACKGRID USA 17 JUNE 2022 USA: +1 310 798 9111 / usasales@backgrid.com UK: +44 208 344 2007 / uksales@backgrid.com

Prince Harry’s team competes in the Pacific Coast Circuit Inter-Circuit Cup (Image: Backgrid)

Santa Barbara, CA - Meghan Markle comforts Prince Harry by placing her hand on his knee after his Los Padres polo team lost a semifinal match to Folded Hills on Friday (June 17) at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. Meghan also hugged Harry's teammate and pal Nacho Figueras. The prince was also hugged by Nacho's wife, Delfina Blaquier. Harry's team was vying for a spot in Sunday's Chaval Athletics USPA IntraCircuit Finals. Pictured: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry BACKGRID USA 17 JUNE 2022 USA: +1 310 798 9111 / usasales@backgrid.com UK: +44 208 344 2007 / uksales@backgrid.com Release*

Meghan also hugged Harry’s teammate and pal Nacho Figueras (Image: Backgrid)

Santa Barbara, CA - Meghan Markle watches her husband, Prince Harry, play this latest polo match. The King played for Los Padres at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club on Friday (June 17). Harry's side takes on Folded Hills. Pictured: Meghan Markle BACKGRID USA 17 JUNE 2022 USA: +1 310 798 9111 / usasales@backgrid.com UK: +44 208 344 2007 / uksales@backgrid.com

The Duchess joined other WAGs to cheer for her man as his team Los Padres took on Folded Hills (Image: Backgrid)

One of William’s close friends told the Daily Mail: “He [William] alternates between sadness for what he lost and feeling really, really angry about what his brother did.

“He really loves Harry and feels like he’s lost the only person besides his wife who understood her strange life.

“But he believes there are things you just don’t do. And Harry crossed that line 100 percent.”

William’s friends claimed he also believes Harry has been “sucked into a strange world” and that there is “damn what he can do about it”.

However, he wants his brother to be happy and “maybe find a way to forgive and forget.”

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