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The Duke of Sussex (34) was greeted by Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland when he arrived at Marlborough House

From sporty to suitable! Prince Harry attends a Commonwealth Youth meeting – a day after he hired his brother William in the polo field

  • Duke of Sussex (34) seemed cheerful when he arrived at Marlborough House
  • Greeted by the Commonwealth Secretary-General Baroness Patricia Scotland
  • Prince attended the meeting in his role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador
  • He was joined by fellow youth ministers from the other member states
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Prince Harry looked fresh from his polo match yesterday when he arrived for a round table discussion with Commonwealth Youth in central London.

The Duke of Sussex (34) was greeted this morning by Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland at Marlborough House.

New father Harry was wearing the same gray suit he was wearing when he first presented his son May Archie to the world in May, looking for a pink tie and his familiar brown suede shoes.

He attended the meeting in his role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador and was accompanied by fellow youth ministers from all member states.

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The Duke of Sussex (34) was greeted by Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland when he arrived at Marlborough House

The Duke of Sussex (34) was greeted by Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland when he arrived at Marlborough House

The round table, organized by Baroness Scotland, 63, will allow the prince to hear directly from youth ministers about the most important issues affecting the Commonwealth youth movement in their country.

It takes place before the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in 2020, with the planned summit in Rwanda.

Representatives at the round table meeting will include ministers responsible for the involvement of young people from across the Commonwealth.

The event also offers the duke the opportunity to share the lessons, ideas and ambitions of the young people he has met throughout the network of countries during his first year as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

New father Harry was wearing the same gray suit he was wearing when he first presented his son May Archie to the world in May, looking for a pink tie and his loyal brown suede shoes

New father Harry was wearing the same gray suit he was wearing when he first presented his son May Archie to the world in May, looking for a pink tie and his loyal brown suede shoes

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New father Harry was wearing the same gray suit he was wearing when he first presented his son May Archie to the world in May, looking for a pink tie and his loyal brown suede shoes

The round table, organized by Baroness Scotland, 63, pictured on the right, will allow the prince to hear directly from youth ministers about the most important issues affecting the youth of the Commonwealth in his country

The round table, organized by Baroness Scotland, 63, pictured on the right, will allow the prince to hear directly from youth ministers about the most important issues affecting the youth of the Commonwealth in his country

The round table, organized by Baroness Scotland, 63, pictured on the right, will allow the prince to hear directly from youth ministers about the most important issues affecting the youth of the Commonwealth in his country

Representatives at the round table meeting will include ministers responsible for the involvement of young people from across the Commonwealth

Representatives at the round table meeting will include ministers responsible for the involvement of young people from across the Commonwealth

Representatives at the round table meeting will include ministers responsible for the involvement of young people from across the Commonwealth

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The Commonwealth represents a global network of 53 countries and nearly 2.4 billion people, one third of the world's population – 60 percent of whom are younger than 30 years.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth, with old ties and new ties that enable cooperation towards social, political and economic development that is both inclusive and sustainable.

Yesterday, Prince Harry enjoyed a day out with his family – wife Meghan and son Archie – when he participated in a charity pool competition held at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, Surrey.

Although it was his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, who won as his team, won the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy.

Prince Harry smiled when he arrived at the meeting and enjoyed a day with his family at a charity pool yesterday

Prince Harry smiled when he arrived at the meeting and enjoyed a day with his family at a charity pool yesterday

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Prince Harry smiled when he arrived at the meeting and enjoyed a day with his family at a charity pool yesterday

The event also offers the duke the opportunity to share the lessons, ideas and ambitions of the young people he has met throughout the network of countries during his first year as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

The event also offers the duke the opportunity to share the lessons, ideas and ambitions of the young people he has met throughout the network of countries during his first year as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

The event also offers the duke the opportunity to share the lessons, ideas and ambitions of the young people he has met throughout the network of countries during his first year as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

Prince Harry smiled at his baby boy when he caught up with Meghan yesterday after the charity pool competition

Prince Harry smiled at his baby boy when he caught up with Meghan yesterday after the charity pool competition

Prince Harry smiled at his baby boy when he caught up with Meghan yesterday after the charity pool competition

The Duke of Sussex seemed to enjoy the game as he played in the charity game while his family watched
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The Duke of Sussex seemed to enjoy the game as he played in the charity game while his family watched

The Duke of Sussex seemed to enjoy the game as he played in the charity game while his family watched

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