Meghan Markle comforts Prince Harry after polo loss amid William’s ‘other world fears’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were pictured at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club as the Duke of Sussex attended a semi-final match with his team Los Padres

Meghan Markle comforted Prince Harry after a polo loss in the US amid his ongoing feud with his brother, the Duchess of Cambridge, as friends say their relationship is at ‘rock bottom’.

Meghan joined other WAGs to cheer for her husband as his team Los Padres faced Folded Hills in a semi-final match at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

She was seen with his hand on his leg offering support while Harry was photographed screaming in frustration as the chances of reaching the finals dwindled.

It comes after Prince William’s pal told the Daily Mail the brothers’ relationship is at ‘rock bottom’ after spending very little time together at the anniversary.

Meghan joined other supporters to watch the game



Harry was very involved in the game


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Pals told the newspaper the future king, who turns 40 next week, believes his younger brother has crossed a line.

They said: “He alternately grieves for what he lost and is really, really angry about what his brother did,” said one.

“He really loves Harry and feels like he’s lost the only person besides his wife who understood their strange life.

“But he believes there are things you just don’t do. And Harry crossed that line 100 percent.”

The pair were spotted chatting after the loss



As part of the Sussexes’ new life in the US after leaving the royal family, Harry has committed to playing the full season of polo with his pal Nacho Figueras, dubbed the David Beckham of polo.

Meghan was seen hugging Nacho during yesterday’s sports broadcast and she also chatted with his wife Delfina Blaquier on the sidelines.

The Duchess looked stunning in the sunny weather wearing denim shorts with a denim shirt.

She paired them with large black sunglasses and brown sandals, with her hair up in her signature messy bun.

She was seen sipping a cool drink in a clear plastic glass while watching the game.

It’s the second match Harry has attended since returning to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, which saw the couple reunited with multiple members of the royal family for the first time since their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.

However, he was thrown off his horse in a heartbreaking moment during last week’s game.

But thankfully, both the prince and his horse were unharmed in the incident and he was quickly back in the saddle – despite his side ending in a 12-11 defeat.

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