Prince Harry plays in Audi Polo for Sentebale and Tusk
On Saturday 28th May, Prince Harry and The Duke of Cambridge once again joined forces to play in the Audi Polo Challenge at Cowarth Park in Berkshire to raise £125,000 for Sentebale and Tusk. The Princes’ Audi Ultra Team took a narrow victory against Team Audi Quattro scoring 5 goals to 4.
The match saw some well known polo players come together in support of the two charities, where more than 300 guests attended the invitation-only event. Celebrities in attendance included Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Matt Smith, Sophie Turner, Naomi Harris, James Nesbitt, Jeremy Irvine and Pink Floyd drummer, Nick Mason.
Following the match, guests were treated to a dinner and cabaret by Tusk patron, Rory Bremner. The evening concluded with a stunning performance by Grammy-nominated singer Ellie Goulding, who generously donated her fee to the charities.
The Princes have been playing polo in support of their charities since 2007 and have continued each year since, raising over £9.5 million for charitable causes to date, including money raised from the Sentebale Polo Cup. This summer’s matches will see this total pass the £10 million mark.