Today, Saturday, Prince Harry returned to polo action at a charity solo event in Singapore.
The Duke of Sussex is now on a working trip in Asia, having arrived in Tokyo on Tuesday, August 8.
Harry took part in the Royal Salute Sentebale Team at the Singapore Polo Club earlier today, despite Singapore being a few hours ahead of the UK.
Harry smiled as he walked onto the field, clearly ready to get started.
The Duke traveled to Asia alone, leaving his wife Meghan Markle at home with the couple’s two children.
In 2006, Harry co-founded Sentabale with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho.
The organization was founded to assist children and young people in southern Africa who are plagued by poverty, HIV/AIDS, and inequality. The Polo Cup has raised nearly £11 million for charity since 2010.
For years, Harry and his elder brother, Prince William, have used the sport to generate funds for some of their favorite charities.
On Saturday, Harry wore the number two purple and white shirt, and the squad tied with a score of 7:7.
The charity ambassador and Harry’s friend, Nacho Figueras, captioned the other team, Singapore Polo Club.
Nacho revealed to HELLO! that he and Harry both missed their wives.
He said: “We miss our wives very much.
“This is a very short trip, although it’s a few days, it’s a lot of traveling for 24 hours in Japan and a few hours here, but we miss them, we wish they were here.”
Harry appeared at the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition on Wednesday, one day after arriving in Tokyo.
The Duke, dressed in a blue suit, was all smiles as he joined the panel to discuss the importance of sports, as well as community and philanthropy.
Sport, according to Harry, is “a conduit for healing” and “not just for the mind and body, but also for the world.”