Forget about every other picture of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's adorable public displays of affection, all of which made you swoon. The royal couple just graced their public with their cutest romance-filled photo yet. After Prince Harry's Sentebale St. Regis polo team won a charity match on Thursday, the newlyweds sealed the victory with a kiss, which, thankfully for us, was captured on film.
Markle attended the match at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club wearing a denim Carolina Herrera dress, and she cheered her hubby on from the stands as he galloped down the field. The event, officially called the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup, was held to raise funds and support for Sentebale, the charity Harry cofounded in 2006 to benefit children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in Lesotho and Botswana, People reports.
Despite their constant snuggling and hand-holding during their engagement, Meghan and Harry have been surprisingly lighter on the PDA since the royal wedding — this is certainly the first time the public has seen them lock lips since their big day at St. George's Chapel. The pair have been known to be "touchy-feely," but royal rules do dictate that they keep public displays of affection to a minimum while on official outings.
On Thursday, though, they clearly didn't care. "They are not afraid to hold hands. They don't mind showing their emotions," Mark Stewart, a longtime royal photographer, recently said. Dickie Arbiter, a former spokesperson for the royal family, agreed, noting, "Meghan is used to being touchy-feely, and Harry is the same." He added, "Harry has always been tactile."
Surprisingly, Meghan and Harry aren't the only royal couple to exchange in a smooch on the polo podium. In 2011, a few months after their own wedding, Kate Middleton gave Prince William a kiss on the cheek to celebrate a win in Santa Barbara. It seems there's just something about those polo fields.