Prince Harry ‘may play polo tournament around the same time as the Queen’s Jubilee’

The Duke of Sussex may be planning to miss the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations after it was revealed he had been nominated for a polo tournament taking place at the same time

Prince Harry is said to be playing polo during the Queen's Jubilee celebrations
Prince Harry is said to be playing polo during the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations

Prince Harry could skip the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations as his name was noted for attending a polo tournament around the same time, reports say.

The Duke of Sussex played a polo match at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club last week and on Wednesday it was announced he will continue with his Los Padres team-mates until mid-June.

It has sparked controversy as the schedule coincides with many anniversary activities, the reported To express.

Last week he played in the annual Harry East Memorial Tournament in Montecito, where the Sussexes live.

And Harry will play the entire 12-goal polo season in Santa Barbara alongside Nacho Figueras, Juan Guerrero and Keko Magrini.

The Queen is celebrating her platinum anniversary this year


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Whether the Sussexes will attend the Queen’s celebrations is questionable


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But the Cheval-Athletics USPA intra-circuit begins the same weekend that the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee begins.

Royal blogger Gert’s Royals points out that timing seems to indicate Harry won’t be returning to the UK to join his family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

In a tweet, she wrote, “The Cheval Athletics USPA intra-circuit starts the same weekend as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee events, so I think the Sussexes have decided to take part.”

Also known as the Queen’s Birthday Parade, Trooping the Color brings together over 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians.

At the event, the parade begins at the Palace before moving down the Mall towards Horse Guard’s Parade, where they are joined by members of the Royal Family on horseback and in carriages.

The Cheval-Athletics USPA Intra-Circuit begins the same weekend as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee


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It concludes with a traditional RAF flyby, watched by the Queen and members of the Royal Family from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

It takes place on June 2nd, just one day before Harry’s final polo leg, which starts in Montecito.

In response to the news, royal fans took to social media to speculate that the Duke’s calendar would be “booked up and busy” so it could be difficult to schedule a trip to the UK.

One wrote: “Goodbye cheers. #PrinceHarry is booked and busy!”

Another said: “Now we know Harry won’t be on the balcony.”

Prince Harry and his three teammates won their first tournament 17-10.

Nacho Figueras, a longtime friend of the Duke, said he was very happy with the results of the game.

He told CLICKPOLO: “I think we had a good game and we improved from our previous game where we didn’t know each other and we were a bit scared.”

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