The Duchess of Sussex showed her support after his win—just like she did during a tournament back in 2018.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are always each other's biggest fans, something that was particularly evident during the Duke of Sussex's most recent polo match. Markle watched the duke's tournament at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club near their home in Montecito, California, over the weekend, People reports. Prince Harry's team, Los Padres, meaning fathers or parents in Spanish, won the Lisle Nixon Memorial trophy at the sporting event.

After the exciting match, the Duchess of Sussex presented the trophy to his team, giving each of Prince Harry's teammates a kiss on the cheek. She gave her husband a kiss on the lips to celebrate his win, leaving a touch of her red lipstick behind. Once she noticed that some of her makeup rubbed off on him, she lovingly wiped off his mouth.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kissing at the Sentebale Polo 2018 charity event
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The couple's PDA moment is reminiscent of the kiss they shared as newlyweds back in 2018. Nearly two months after saying their I dos at St. George's Chapel, Markle supported the Duke of Sussex at the Sentebale Polo charity match, where she watched him score two goals from the sidelines. Prince Harry's team earned the win then, too, and, similarly, the duchess awarded the trophy to her husband and his teammates (she gave the team members pecks on the cheek and kissed Prince Harry on stage). This was a tradition started by Princess Diana: During her polo outings with Prince Charles, she often presented winning trophies to him and shared public kisses, too.

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