During a polo tournament in California, Prince Harry was photographed after he was seen to have fallen off of his horse.
Over the weekend, at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, the Duke of Sussex was playing a game when he fell to the ground and injured himself.
However, after being thrown to the ground and having other polo players come to check on him, the 37-year-old swiftly got back up on his feet and continued playing.
Images shot that day show Harry kneeling down before resuming the game with another horse. These pictures were captured that day.
During the course of the game, which lasted for one hour, the Duke reportedly rode three different horses, according to witnesses who were there. Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, was absent from the event.
In a span of fewer than 30 days, Harry has been seen participating in not one, but two different polo matches.
At the end of May, Meghan was seen attending a polo game in California to cheer on her husband when he competed in a charity event for his Los Padres polo team. Harry was also in California competing in the same competition.
During the occasion, Meghan channeled her inner Pretty Woman with an outfit that included a polka dot top, white Khaite Bermuda shorts, a hat with a broad brim, and large sunglasses.
The announcement of the collapse came just one week after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first official trip back to the United Kingdom with their children since stepping down as senior royals in 2020.
During the platinum jubilee weekend, which marked the Queen’s 70th year of the reign, Meghan and Harry were present at the Service of Thanksgiving. The service was held in honor of the Queen.
After arriving back in California, the couple shared a photo of their daughter Lilibet, who had her first birthday on June 4 and had just turned one at the time.
Watch this moment here: