Prince William isn't spending his first Father's Day with breakfast in bed or getting a one-day pass from doing diaper duty. Instead, he's celebrating by partaking in one of his favorite royal hobbies: polo. Prince William joined Prince Harry in a charity polo match inGloucestershire, with the proceeds going to Centrepoint, a non-profit benefiting the homeless, Child Bereavement UK and Well Child.
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Even though the prince had a match to win, the outing was still a family affair. Kate Middleton and baby George made the trek toGloucestershire as well, cheering from the sidelines (Well, Kate cheered at least.). While the polo match was held just a short drive from Prince Charles's home, it hasn't been revealed if Prince William and Prince Harry made plans to meet up with their own dad to celebrate Father's Day before heading home. Queen Elizabeth II was also spotted at the match, but she wasn't with her newly damed friend, Angelina Jolie.
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