Prince Harry tries women's sunglasses for Meghan on boys shopping trip
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Prince Harry was pictured trying on sunglasses while shopping for Meghan Markle at a clothing store in central Tokyo.
Markle, meanwhile, was out enjoying Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, with her friend, British publicist Lucy Fraser.
A source told Bazaar that the Duchess of Sussex was, unsurprisingly, ‘singing and dancing’ along to the superstar’s hits at SoFi Stadium.
The Duke of Sussex apparently isn’t a Swiftie, though. Instead, he was out with his right-hand man and polo player friend Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Figueras yesterday as part of Harry’s solo tour of Asia.
The father of two was spotted arriving at Haneda airport the same day Meghan was two hours south of Montecito for the gig.
‘Shopping for our wives,’ Ignacio, 46, captioned an Instagram post of the hot-shot duo during their shopping spree.
Ignacio has been married to Delfina Blaquier, a socialite and fashion businesswoman, since 2014.
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The model thanked city officials for their ‘generous hospitality and kindness towards us’ as the pair attended the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition.
The summit ‘explored the power of sport as a vehicle to drive positive change in communities, children’s charity Sentebale, co-founded by Harry, said on Instagram.
Harry joined panellists at the exhibition centre Tokyo Big Sight to discuss how vital sports are to communities, which he sees as a ‘conduit for healing’.
‘I have long believed that sport is a conduit for healing – not just for the mind and body but the world. The sport requires having a dream and the need for community,’ Harry said in a statement shared on the charity’s website.
‘The lessons we learn on the field are often the same principles of philanthropy; that a mission, hard work, dedication, and partnership can make even the impossible, possible.
‘That is what giving back requires, and we are all capable of creating or joining a team to do so.’
Figueras, who will be captaining the Singapore Polo Club against Harry’s Royal Salute Sentebale team, added: ‘It’s wonderful to be here in Japan on behalf of Sentebale taking the opportunity to talk about the power of polo, a sport I love, and how it serves as a platform to raise awareness for our work.’
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