Prince Harry Stumbles Twice During Fundraiser Polo Match In South Africa

By Neha Bakshi | 2 years ago
Prince Harry Stumbles Twice During Fundraiser Polo Match In South Africa
Prince Harry

Prince Harry stumbles down twice while playing a charity match in Cape Town. During the Polo match the he lost his balance twice over the pony and stumbled down. The charity polo match was organized in order to raise funds for children’s’ suffering from HIV in Africa. Prince Harry managed to hop back both the times sportingly and went on to finish off the game. Read on to find out more about the scoop ahead.

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According to Entertainment Online, 31 year old Prince Harry got pictured while falling from the pony. He unexpectedly got stumbled twice during the fundraiser match.

The match was a part of sixth annual Sentebale polo match which is an annual fundraiser event which is done in the memory of Princess Diana. The event took place in South Africa for the first time at a spectacular Val de Vie Estate, it is located in the western Cape.

His first fall happened right after 20 minutes of the match and second time at the end. Prince Harrys’ team Sebtebale lost the match against team Royal Salute to a close score of 8-7.

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Prince Harry opened a new children centre named as Mamohato children’s centre with the cost of approximately £2 million in Lesotho to aide children’s infected with HIV. Lesotho is said to have the one of the highest rate of HIV in South African region, where 23% of population is affected by the same.

The event is immensely popular as it is one of the largest charity events done in a single day to have raised such large amount which is more than £3 million. Prince Harry’s stumbling will only bring more publicity for the cause it seems.

Photo Source: Prince Harry/Facebook

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Neha graduated in Electronic Media and has worked with Timea group for 3 years. She is passionate about learning languages and is certified French Language Expert. She joined MNG in 2015.