Prince William has made his first public appearance since he stood on the steps of the Lindo wing with Kate Middleton to introduce Prince George to the world on 23 July.
William was joined by Prince Harry as the brothers took part in the Audi Polo Challange, a charity polo match at Coworth Park in Ascot which raised money for SkillForce, of which Prince William is patron and the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, of which he is president.
The accomplished Princes led their side, Team Quattro, to victory, winning the game with five goals to three point five.
Before the game new dad William was dressed casually in red trainers and a navy blue shirt with the customary white jeans and Prince Harry arrived at Coworth wearing white jeans and a green t-shirt which featured a woman’s face.
The royal siblings are experienced polo players and often play in matches that support charities close to their heart. Earlier this month William and Harry played a charity match in Gloucestershire which raised money for Centrepoint, WellChild and Bereavement UK.
On Friday 2 August the Duke of Cambridge left his wife Kate and their son George at the Middleton’s family home in Bucklebury, close to where the Princes were playing, when he made his way to London to officially register Prince George’s birth at Kensington Palace.
The first-time father is no doubt busy adjusting to his new parenting role, but as his paternity leave finishes soon, Prince William will have to return to his royal duties and has already confirmed an upcoming royal engagement.
William has said he will go back to Anglesey where he is based as a search and rescue pilot to attend the Anglesey Show in mid-August. The new dad will watch gundog and falconry displays and view some cattle judging before moving to the central show area, where he will make a short speech before being presented with a gift.