Prince Harry is heading to both Tokyo and Singapore this month. And he is participating in a polo match too!
According to the Daily Mail, the prince will be taking part in his co-founded charity Sentebale's, annual charity polo match on August 12. Considering the prince himself has pointed out that this particular event is a core aspect of how the charity raises money for their work in "ensuring children and young people are healthy, resilient, and able to thrive," it makes sense that he is once again taking part in the event and lending his name to the efforts to raise funds for the cause.
For this year's charity polo match, Prince Harry will be leading the Royal Salute Sentebale Team, while charity ambassador, Nacho Figueras, will be on the opposing team, the Singapore Polo Club.
Prince Harry is taking part in a charity polo match and a philanthropy summit
A statement from the Duke of Sussex explained where the funds raised from this event will go. And apparently the charity will specifically be raising money to "support our Clubs and Camps programme, which provides intensive psychosocial support to young people living with HIV."
On top of participating in the charity polo match, it seems that Prince Harry and Nacho Figueras will also be taking part in a Tokyo summit on philanthropy, sports, and community. That event takes place prior to the actual polo match, on August 9, which means that the Prince will be heading overseas for a few days to continue his charitable works.
Over the years, Prince Harry has repeatedly made it clear that he is truly committed to Sentable and its mission. Even after stepping down as a working royal, the prince has not stopped his work with the charity and continues to participate in events that raise awareness and money for worthy causes.
While this visit to Tokyo and Singapore may resemble a royal tour of sorts, it is clear that this is Prince Harry's determination to continue to do the work that he loves. And we can't wait to see how he does in this year's polo match, especially after his success during the 2022 match, which saw him make five goals during that event, which was actually held in Colorado.