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Prince Harry was spotted taking a tumble during a game of polo after he crashed into three horses.

The Duke of Sussex had been spotted horsing around with celebrity friends during a round of the historic game when he took a tumble at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club.

His sighting at the Polo and Racquet Club marks another appearance for Harry following his and Meghan Markle's return to the UK for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Harry reportedly had a "quite formal" 15-minute catch-up with his grandmother, who was celebrating her 70-year reign on the throne at the time of their meeting.

But Harry was soon back in America taking tumbles off of horses, with the 37-year-old Duke of Sussex spotted colliding into a handful of horses during a match.

The royal, who plays for Los Padres, appeared to have offered a bad omen for his team, who lost 12-11.

Harry didn't appear entirely downtrodden by the result as he was spotted brushing shoulders with famous friends Katharine McPhee, 38, and David Foster, 72, afterwards.

McPhee, an American Idol runner-up and Foster, a 16-time Grammy winner, were spotted alongside their young son Rennie and Prince Harry.

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Harry, who is listed as H. Wales on his Los Padres line-up sheet, and his horse were uninjured in their tumble, with the only damage inflicted to the scoresheet.

The Duke of Sussex appears to have inherited his love of polo from father Prince Charles, who is said to have been an avid player of the game in his youth.

On one occasion the Prince of Wales had broken his arm during the game when he took three separate tumbles from his horse in the span of six weeks, Daily Mail reports.

Images of Harry's polo mishap come at the same time as reports of his recent meeting with the Queen during the Platinum Jubilee.

The Duke of Sussex had flown back to England for the royal celebrations with wife Meghan as the pair were set to introduce the Queen to her great-granddaughter, Lilibet.

But the Sussexes, who were barely seen over the Platinum Jubilee weekend, are said to have received just 15 minutes with the Queen before they headed back to their residence in California.

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  • Prince Harry
  • Meghan Markle
  • The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
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