Figeueras, who competed alongside Harry at the Singapore Polo Club on Saturday, noted it was a “very short trip” for both men, so their spouses stayed at home.
“We go back tonight so we will see them soon. We’ll play polo, then there’s a dinner that we do for the people who have been so supportive and then we leave,” Figeueras, 46, continued. “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.”
The Sentebale Polo Cup is a fundraiser for the Sentebale charity, which Harry, 38, cofounded in 2006 with Prince Seeiso Lesotho to help raise funds for children and young people affected by HIV/AIDS, poverty and other struggles in southern Africa. Both Meghan and Blaquier, 42, have been fixtures at the Sentebale Polo Cup in years past, including a joint appearance at the 2018 event in England. This year, however, Meghan remained in California with her and Harry’s two children: Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2.
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