The Duchess of Sussex congratulated her new husband with a smooch.

By Emily Platt
July 26, 2018
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kissing at the Sentebale Polo 2018 charity event
Credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

It's no secret that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't shy when it comes to PDA-that is, as long as Queen Elizabeth II isn't around! The couple just continued this affectionate streak at the Duke of Sussex's charity polo match. The best part? We have photo evidence!

Today, the newlyweds took part in the Sentebale Polo 2018, a fundraising athletic event meant to raise money for Harry's charity by the same name. There, Harry played on the Sentebale St. Regis team while his recent bride watched from the sidelines. Thanks in part to two goals by the duke himself, his team wound up winning the game.

According to People, the Duchess of Sussex was given the honor of presenting a trophy to her husband and his team. While she gave the members-including team captain (and Harry's good friend) Nacho Figueras-some polite cheek kisses, she saved a real smooch for her prince. In a video shared by People's royal expert Simon Perry, you can watch the adorable moment unfold.

People notes that Markle's congratulatory act actually mimicked one made by her husband's late mother, Princess Diana, years ago. In fact, Diana frequently accompanied her former husband, Prince Charles, to his polo matches, awarding him with trophies and occasionally kissing him publicly, too. The meaningful connection makes Markle's move even sweeter.


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