Prince Harry pictured shopping for Meghan Markle as Duchess enjoys 'night out'

Prince Harry pictured shopping for Meghan Markle as Duchess enjoys 'night out'

Prince Harry struck a pose for the camera with close friend Nacho Figueras.

Sam Montgomery

By Sam Montgomery

Published: 10/08/2023

- 08:34

Updated: 10/08/2023

- 08:35

The Duke of Sussex is on a philanthropy minded polo tour of Asia

Prince Harry struck a pose for the camera with close friend Nacho Figueras, as the pair took the Tokyo streets in search of presents for their wives.

Donning women’s sunglasses and sporting a serious look, the duo were seen perusing a branch of Itoya Top Drawer in midtown and trying on Kolo eyewear.

Nahco posted the image on social media with the caption: “Shopping for our wives. A big thank you to Tokyo for your generous hospitality and kindness towards us.

“And of course, for your continued support of Sentebale!”

Meghan Markle (right) with friend Lucy Fraser (left)


Harry, 38, touched down at Haneda airport in Tokyo on Tuesday to attend the summit on the power of sport and philanthropy organised by the International Sports Promotion Society (ISPS) on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Meghan Markle, 42, embarked on a ‘girls’ night out’ to a Taylor Swift concert in LA, despite the singer reportedly snubbing her podcast.

Accompanied by best friend Lucy Fraser, Meghan attended the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California for the Tuesday night instalment of Taylor’s Eras tour, according to Page Six.

Last week, Markle had an early 42nd birthday celebration at the cinema, watching the Barbie movie with good friend Portia de Rossi and a few others.

Harry in Japan

Harry is in the Japanese capital city for a sports summit


Though Harry reportedly sat out Barbie, the couple enjoyed an early birthday celebration last Wednesday over dinner at celebrity hotspot Tre Lune in Montecito.

At the ISPS summit, Harry praised the “warmth, compassion and generosity” of the Japanese people and said that he would “happily live here if you’d have me.”

The Duke said: “I've been involved in many charities for most of my life and I get a huge amount of fulfilment giving back to as many people as possible.

“My life is charity, always has been, always will be.”

Prince Harry spits champagne over the captain of the opposing team Nacho Figueras after winning the Veuve Clicquot Manhattan Polo Classic in New York, held to raise funds for his Sentebale children's charity in Lesotho. PA

He joined a panel discussion with former New Zealand rugby player Dan Carter who is an ambassador for sponsor of the polo cup, ISPS Handa.

When approached by reporters, Harry quipped: "Good to see you again.”

The Duke of Sussex is due to take part in the Sentebale Polo Cup in Singapore on August 12, a sporting event he set up which aims to raise money for children affected by poverty, inequality and HIV/AIDS.

The Duke will line up for the Royal Salute Sentebale Team, taking on the Singapore Polo Club Team which is captained by his close friend and charity ambassador Nacho Figueras.

The Prince shared a statement about the upcoming visit, which read: "The annual Polo Cup is essential to Sentebale's vital work ensuring children and young people are healthy, resilient and able to thrive.

Prince Harry (left) and Polo player Nacho Figueras pose after the 3rd annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Governors Island in New York City. PA

"The funds raised this year will support our Clubs and Camps programme, which provides intensive psychosocial support to young people living with HIV.

"In a time where being HIV positive is no longer a death sentence, we are empowering young people to know their status, stay healthy, and eliminate the stigma so that they can break the cycle.

"We are delighted to return to the renowned Singapore Polo Club in August, and are once again enormously grateful for the polo community and our sponsors, in particular ISPS Handa, for their ongoing commitment to Lesotho and Botswana's youth."


Prince Harry with Nacho Figueras arriving to take part in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup at the Singapore Polo Club. PA

Sentebale was originally founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006.

Over the last decade, the charity has reportedly raised more than £10million.

The Sentebale website explains its mission: "There has been a strong focus on HIV/AIDS – especially through psychosocial support, outreach work into communities and our purpose-built centre where children living with HIV can attend week long camps and receive in-depth support.”

The Sussexes are due to make a public appearance together in September for the 2023 Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany.

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