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The Duke of Cambridge, right, plays polo in Hampshire in the Kent & Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup (Charles Sainsbury-Plaice/Polofix/PA Wire)

The Duke of Cambridge, right, plays polo in Hampshire in the Kent & Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup (Charles Sainsbury-Plaice/Polofix/PA Wire)

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The Duke of Cambridge, right, plays polo in Hampshire in the Kent & Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup (Charles Sainsbury-Plaice/Polofix/PA Wire)

The Duke of Cambridge has jumped back in the saddle to take part in his second polo tournament of the weekend.

William, whose wife the Duchess of Cambridge is due to give birth to their first child, looked relaxed as he played in a team alongside his brother, Prince Harry.

Wearing a purple and white number four shirt, the future king chatted to well-wishers during breaks in play at the Jerudong Trophy at Cirencester Park Polo Club in Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

William got on the scoresheet to give his team a half-time lead, but the princes ended up losing the game 5.5 to 7.

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