Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get physical at Coach Core event

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Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, ditched sneakers and wore stiletto heels along with a navy asymmetrical jacket by Oscar Delta Renta and trousers by Altuzarra. Prince Harry, meanwhile, had dressed down his navy suit with a casual pair of brown lace-up shoes and a shirt worn.

Harry's brother, Prince William, and his wife, Princess Kate, have had a series of friendly competitions over the years during royal engagements and it appears Meghan and Harry are equally competitive.

Coach Core was created by the Royal Foundation in 2012, aiming to harness the power of sport, and its ability to change lives and empower young people.

Prince Harry and Meghan have attended an event in the United Kingdom to encourage young people to become sports coaches, as they prepare for their royal tour to Australia next month.

The program is designed for young people who are not working or studying, and helps produce the next generation of sports coaches.

"It was insane being shown to a breakfast table and there was Harry and Meghan sat right next to us, but they were very smiley and seemed very comfortable and at ease".

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The sport session was part of the royal couple's visit to the university for the Coach Core Awards.

Harry and Meghan were joined by other celebrities including Lily Cole, Jenna Coleman, Eddie Redmayne and Stanley Tucci to celebrate the opening and Soho House founder Nick Jones' 55th birthday. It's about being a role model.

The Oceania exhibition brings together around 200 works from the Oceania regions of New Zealand, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and Australia.

It was the "something blue" that she incorporated into her wedding day ensemble.

The cookbook marked Meghan's first solo project since joining the royal family in May.