Meghan cheers on Harry at polo | Innovation Tech

MEGHAN Markle and Prince have returned to Windsor for the first time since their wedding as they attended a posh polo bash.

The Sun reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked relaxed and happy as they soaked up the sun at the charity event to raise money for children in Africa.

Meghan, 36, wore a black dress by Carolina Herrera teamed with nude heels at today's Sentebale Polo Club in Berkshire.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry, 33, adopted a relaxed look with jeans, a white shirt and light grey jacket.

The Duke was set to take the field to support his charity Sentebale, to raise money for children in Africa living with HIV and AIDS.

The Prince will play on the Sentebale St Regis team, captained by his friend Nacho Figueras, against the Royal Salute Team

His Royal Highness set up the charity after a gap year trip to the nation of Lesotho with Prince Seeiso, the younger brother of King Letsie III.

The event is held at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo club, where it has become an annual fixture.

Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan will have fond memories of the area, having headed to Windsor to tie the knot in May.

The newlyweds attracted a crowd of thousands to their big day — with Meghan happily stepping into her new role as a royal.

The former American actress has embraced life as the Duchess of Sussex, attending a number of events already by her husband's side.

She has also stepped out on her own, heading to Cheshire with the Queen last month.

Meghan has previously said she wanted to “hit the ground running” in her role as a royal.

She recently joined her new husband in his work with the Royal Foundation.

It's just another step to welcome the 36-year-old into the Royal Family, with Meghan and her new husband Prince Harry already announced to be heading to this autumn.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission

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