Meghan Markle and Prince Harry step out for charity polo match as they film their new show

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are ready to share their passion for polo.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped out at a charity polo match in Florida on Friday to support Sentebale, a charity founded by Harry in 2006 for children in Africa dealing with HIV and AIDS.

Harry, 39, and Markle, 42, were all smiles as they arrived at the event hand-in-hand.

The mother of two looked effortlessly chic in a mid-length, cream-halter dress with a large chest cut-out. She paired the pleated sundress with nude heels, statement sunglasses and chunky gold earrings.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were all smiles while attending a charity polo match on Friday. Thomas Cordy / USA TODAY NETWORK
The couple walked into the event hand-in-hand. REUTERS

While her oversized frames covered most of her face, Markle swept her dark tresses back into a low ponytail.

Harry, for his part, looked summer-ready in white pants, a blue button-down, a light grey blazer and tan slip-on shoes.

After greeting some of their guests and taking photos, the “Spare” author swapped his suit for a team uniform as he prepared to play in the charity match.

As Harry took to the pitch with the other players, Markle looked on proudly in the crowd.

Markle stunned in a halterneck midi-dress paired with oversized sunglasses. AP
The Duke of Sussex wore a blue shirt and grey suit jacket with white pants. AP
The pair appeared to be in great spirits before Harry headed off to change into a polo uniform. Thomas Cordy / USA TODAY NETWORK

The appearance came just one day after Page Six confirmed that the pair was in the early stages of production on a Netflix project about polo.

Earlier this week, the untitled project — which will take viewers behind the scenes of the prince’s favorite sport — was filmed at the US Open Polo Championship in Wellington, Fla.

“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,” a statement about the series read.

The prince saddled up to play in the match, which raised money for his Sentebale charity. REUTERS
The 39-year-old is in the early stages of producing a Netflix series about the equestrian sport. REUTERS

Although it’s unclear if cameras were in tow at Friday’s Royal Salute Polo Challenge, Harry is not expected to be starring in the show.

However, he is expected to make a few cameos.


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While the British royal is focused on everything polo, his wife will be working on creating her new lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard.

Markle is also making a non-fiction series of her own, which will celebrate “the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship.”

It’s unclear if the couple filmed any content for their new series while at the Royal Salute Polo Challenge on Friday. AFP via Getty Images
Meanwhile, Markle is also in the midst of producing a lifestyle show with the streaming platform. AFP via Getty Images

Sources previously told Page Six that the “Suits” alum wanted to “take on” America’s most famous lifestyle queens — like Ina Garten, Martha Stewart or Joanna Gaines.

While Markle’s new venture didn’t “surprise” many Hollywood insiders, some worry the Duchess might not be ready to completely pull back the curtain on her life.

“The reason Martha, Joanna and Gwynet have crushed it is because they’ve let viewers into their most private spaces and shared their biggest secrets,” said Rachel Richardson, a former SnapChat exec and writer of the Highly Flammable trends newsletter.

“Authenticity is key in the lifestyle arena and those that succeed tend to be willing to share their whole lives. Think about it — what do we not know about Gwenyth Paltrow?”