Cape Town – Prince Harry fell not once but twice, on Saturday when playing a Polo match at the Val de Vie Estate in the Western Cape.
HRH took his first tumble shortly after scoring a goal against the opposing team in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup.
Thankfully Prince Harry was unhurt and immediately returned to his feet. Minutes later he was back on his horse and ready for more.
The second fall came towards the end of the game and even prompted a final bow by the 5th in line to the throne.
Watch HRH tumble down here:
The annual sporting event was part of a major fundraiser held in Cape Town for Sentebale - the charity HRH co-founded with Prince Seeiso to help children suffering with HIV and AIDS in Lesotho.
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