THE Prince of Wales scored two goals while playing polo at the annual Royal Charity Polo Cup in Berkshire.

William was joined by his wife Kate, who smiled and cheered while watching from the sidelines, wearing a white and sky blue patterned dress reportedly designed by Beulah London.

The charity cup is raising funds and awareness for 11 charities and Royal causes supported by William and Kate.

Charities benefiting from the match are: SHOUT, Wales Air Ambulance, Centrepoint, The Passage, Mountain Rescue England & Wales, Foundling Museum, Forward Trust, East Anglia Children's Hospices, Baby Basics, Little Village and AberNecessities.

The prince played in defence, chasing the ball with a sturdy backhand swing and scoring two goals in an intense match.

For his second strike, the father-of-three hit the ball with such force he broke his mallet.

William played in a number four shirt on the winning US Polo Assn team, alongside Aiyawatt “Top” Srivaddhanaprabha, the chairman of Leicester City FC.

With Windsor Castle overlooking the Guards Polo Club, the prince faced off against other polo teams, BP Healthcare and Standing Rock, in the round-robin tournament.