,  |  13 July 2013

Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry Supporting Tusk Trust and Sentable at The Kent & Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup

Kent & Curwen, the quintessential English menswear brand was honoured for a second year, to be the title sponsor of The Kent & Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup on Saturday July 13, 2013 within the grounds of the magnificent Lord and Lady Andrew Lloyd Webber’s private Berkshire Estate, Watership Down. Over 400 VIP guests were treated to a day of Royal polo, English hospitality and auctions.
The Kent & Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup were proud to support for a second year Sentebale and Tusk Trust, Prince Harry and The Duke of Cambridge’s respective charities.
Special guests of the event included Lord and Lady Lloyd Webber, Harold Tillman CBE, Chairman of the British Fashion Council, Baron Edward Downpatrick grandson of HRH the Duke of Kent who was accompanied by Lady Victoria Dashwood, Lady Kitty Spencer with her British cricketing star partner Nick Compton, Luke Newberry, British actor, and Patti Wong (Chairman of Sotheby’s Asia) and her husband Andy Wong.  Traveling to Kent & Curwen’s Royal Charity Polo Cup included Sunny Wong, Group Managing Director of Trinity Limited, Sabrina Fung, Executive Director of Trinity Limited, Aaron Kwok, Brand Ambassador for Kent & Curwen in Asia and Brian Li, Deputy Chief Executive of The Bank of East Asia Limited, Thomas Shao, Founder of Modern Media Group, Adrian Cheng, Executive Director and Joint General Manager of New World Development Company Limited, and Mr. Arthur de Villepin, Cofounder of Pont des Arts and son of former Prime Minister of France Mr. Dominique de Villepin.
Miss Sabrina Fung, Executive Director of Trinity Limited commented, “it is such a privilege for Kent & Curwen to return to the historic Watership down and to be the title sponsor once again, and in doing so support HRH’s charities Sentebale and Tusk.”  The partnership is perfect for the British sporting brand of Kent & Curwen established over 80 years ago and synonymous now for the pursuit of greatness on the field be it polo or cricket”.
In a hard fought match the GCBS team of Prince Harry, Charlie Gordon Watson, Alejandro Novillo Astrada and Harald Link scored a goal in the last 30 seconds to secure the win against the Westcombe Group team consisting of The Duke of Cambridge, Kola Karim, Nic Roldan and Her Highness Sheikha Maitha.
The Most valuable player was awarded to Prince Harry with The Best playing Pony going to Harald Link’s Gabby.