In a stunning display of athleticism, Meghan Markle wore extremely high stilettos on grass while attending Prince Harry's polo match on Thursday (July 26). The Duchess of Sussex attended Sentebale Polo 2018 to cheer on her husband as he played polo, however, she's clearly the real winner here. Sure, playing a sport is impressive or whatever. Fine. But can Prince Harry walk on grass in six inch heels while looking completely flawless? No, I didn't think so.
In addition to her fabulous Aquazzura pumps that miraculously don't sink into the ground beneath them, Meghan wore a denim Carolina Herrera resort dress with Tom Ford sunglasses. She also carried an $88 clutch that a mere mortal might be able to pick up at their local J. Crew. No, seriously, it's really from J. Crew. Duchesses, they're just like us! Except they can wear stilettos on grass and still manage to look regal.
The polo competition is a fundraiser for Sentebale, which supports young people affected by HIV. The annual Sentebale SPS Polo Cup has been held in cities around the world, but this year it's taking place a little closer to home for Harry and Meghan in Berkshire.
Meghan wasn't the only royal family member there to support Prince Harry during his polo match. His cousin, Zara Tindall, also stopped by to cheer him on and support his cause. He even scored the fist goal of the match, according to Town & Country. Again, that's great for Harry...but did you see Meghan walking in those heels? Here's a refresher:
It's fun to see the royals out and about in their fabulous clothes, especially when they're out and about in their fabulous clothes for a good cause. Elle reports that Harry is the patron and cofounder of Sentebale, which helps raise money charity that supports the mental health and well-being of children affected by HIV in Southern Africa.
Prince Harry's involvement with AIDS advocacy and awareness is inspired by his mother, the late Princess Diana, who was passionate about the cause during her lifetime. He recently launched the MenStar Coalition at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam with Sir Elton John. The MenStar Coalition's goal is to end AIDS by 2030 and the global partnership is aimed at researching and halting male transmission of HIV infections.