Transcript for Royal cousins have first public playdate during a family polo outing
Time for "Pop news," everybody. We're going to start off with a royal playdate. Prince William and prince Harry went head-to-they had if a charity polo match in London Wednesday and the best part was their adorable cheering section. Check it out. It was made up of Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis as well as Meghan and now, this marks the royal cousins' first public playdate and looks like they had a great time. Here's George and Charlotte playing on the sidelines, a little soccer action. But prince Louis continued his streak as the show stealer. Check him out waving at his little cousin with mom's too cute. Such a little character. He is. After the match we also got another look. Got to love the zoom in. After the match we got a look at prince Harry in dad mode hanging with Meghan and Archie before everyone headed home. Cuteness all around. Royals, they're just like this us. Now, the air pod rescue mission gone viral. Ashley was about to stop on the subway when she dropped one of her ear pod headphones on to the track. On to the track. Tweeted this photo writing while I'm understandably shattered I'm proud of myself for not lunging after it and becoming the first ever airpod-related subway death. She called it a day but when she came back the next day it was still there so that's when she decided to launch the recovery mission going full macgyver and went to a store, grabbed a broom, some duct tape and guess what, it actually worked. There's the airpod. Ashley is now successfully reunited with her earbud. I'm just hoping she washed it before she used it again after that. For her sake I do too. Finally a special ending to "Pop news." You had a busy day yesterday. You emceed the women's soccer celebration downtown. Some might not know you stopped into WABC for a bone Mario drive supporting those needing a match and offering to be a match for someone in need of a transplant so I just wanted to highlight you and sort of ask you what that was likement. So grateful to the WABC family for holding a drive like that. I was very blessed. My sister was a match but only 30% of the time a family member is a match so you need the goodness of somebody from their heart to be on the registry, 70% of the time you're relying on people on the reg city. Wonderful to be there and see and there was a reunion like somebody who donated and the donor and recipient met for the very first time. It's so easy. All it takes is a swab. So easy. About 14,000 Americans need a bone marrow transplant each year. Less than half of them get one so so important to do it. I was inspired by you. I'm on the registry. Thank you good. Thank you, robin. Thank you for all you did. Except for you being late.
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