The prince, formerly known as Harry, just can’t catch a break lately.
After he and his wife quietly left the UK and slithered back to California, Harry played some posh polo in front of his celebrity pals at the swanky and very exclusive Polo Club in Santa Barbara.
As you can clearly see, Harry is very “in-touch” with average people, which is why he continues to tell us all how we should be thinking, feeling, and living. It’s amazing how he can do that in between polo matches…
And speaking of those polo matches, you’d think Harry would be better at them, but he’s not.
While Harry tried to show off his skills in front of his rich celeb pals, things went wonky, and the former prince suffered an embarrassing fall off his horse.
Daily Mail reported that Prince Harry fell off his horse in front of his celebrity friends as he returned to the polo field in California after a flying visit to Britain for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee where he reportedly only had a ‘quite formal’ 15 minutes with his grandmother.
The Duke of Sussex, 37, was unscathed in the incident at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, as was his ride, but it was a bad omen for the royal whose Los Padres team also lost the match 12-11 yesterday.
Harry didn’t appear too downcast by the result, because he was seen hanging out with friends on the sidelines including American idol runner up Katharine McPhee, 38, her composer husband David Foster, 72, and their young son Rennie.
Mr Foster, who is just a year younger than Prince Charles, has been described by some as a ‘father figure’ to Harry. The prince is known to have a strained relationship with the Prince of Wales, and his brother William, since he and Meghan quit as royals and emigrated to the US.
This bungled move comes right after he and his shrill wife Meghan were booed at the Queen’s Jubilee.
🚨 To the people who say Boris Johnson was booed and Prince Harry and Meghan markle no, but the press says it was Meghan and Harry who got it.
Take a look at this video, Harry and Meghan also got what they deserved.
— O kingdom 🎊🤍🎊 (@omabelllll) June 3, 2022
Needless to say, most people were only concerned about the horse:
“I don’t care about pompous Harry, is the horse okay?”
“The title should be “Horse Falls, Thanks to Jackass Harry”
“The Megan curse…..there’s more to come, trust me”
“How symbolic. This is Harry’s life in a nutshell”
“Prayers for the horse.”
“Let’s be real, the only thing we care about is that horse”
“Even the horse is disgusted with him.”
“Ummm not one f’ing word on if the horse is ok and that’s the only thing we care about”
“I’m reminded of Monty Python’s “Upper Class Twit of the Year” sketch.”
“Apparently he went through 3 horses that day. At what point is this not polo and just plain animal cruelty?”
“Can we get an update on the horse?”
“Yah, polo, something all of us peasants play and love….Harry’s so down to earth”
“..hits head, comes to senses, files for divorce lol”
“Stupid entitle rich kid sport. Poor horse!”
I think the person who brought up the “Meghan Curse” is right.
We’re already seeing that Harry, the once-popular Royal, is now underwater with his approval ratings.
Some women bring out the best in a man, and they thrive, others bring out the worst, and they fall.
Literally and figuratively…
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