Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been slammed by some royal fans after they were spotted sharing a romantic kiss at a polo tournament over the weekend.
The Duchess of Sussex joined her husband on stage to present him with a trophy after his new team, Los Padres, won the charity match.
Meghan made her way across the stage in a glamorous polka dot blouse, wide-brim hat and shorts as she kiss the cheek of each Los Padres team member.
But when it came to her beloved husband Prince Harry the Duchess clasped his face between her hand and gave him a passionate kiss on the lips.
The romantic moment was met with cheers from the crowd and a giggle from Meghan.
Some royal fans have reacted poorly to the exchange, however, with many claiming the Sussexes are "playing up to the cameras" following reports they'll be releasing a Netflix documentary this year.
One disgruntled fan wrote: "Does anyone else think it is all false? Don't they say if you have to say it or show it all the time it's not genuine.
"Why does she have to keep pawing him all the time. By the way that was an actress kiss for the cameras."
Another rudely asked: "Anyone hear the Netflix producer yell cut when that woman kissed Harry?"
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"She'll be slobbering all over him when she knows the camera's are on her when she comes over for the Jubilee," wrote a third.
The charity match was organised by the Sussexes and was dedicated to raising money for several local charities, including Foodbank Santa Barbara County, C4LM4kids and Heal the Ocean.
Some royal fans pocked fun at the fact "Harry got a trophy at an event he organised himself".
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One fan wrote: "I find it funny that they organised this polo game and she gave Harry a trophy, they also organised something a few weeks ago and presented themselves with a trophy, I think I will present myself with a silver cup later."
The Sussexes' kiss on the podium was similar to the one shared by Princess Diana and Prince Charles in 1985.
Four years after their wedding at St Paul's Cathedral, the Princess of Wales handed her husband a trophy when his team won a match of polo in Windsor Castle.
Representatives for Harry and Meghan have been contacted for comment.
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