See Every Photo of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Getting Competitive at the Coach Core Awards
Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, watched as British marathon runner Paula Radcliffe, tennis star Laura Robson and netball player Eboni Beckford-Chambers led 200 apprentices through a series of drills and mentoring.
Meghan got in on the action, taking part in a passing drill.
The Duchess of Sussex left her sneakers at home, instead opting for heels and a blue belted top by Oscar de la Renta and black flared pants by Altuzarra.
The drill ended with Meghan getting a sweet hug from Harry!
While it was once considered a fashion no-no, Meghan is proved that pairing navy and black is one of those old sartorial "rules" that stands to be disproved.
Prince Harry was ticked off for making a marital error when his team beat another led by his wife in a fun game of netball passing.
NBA great David Robinson, who joined in the fun, said afterwards, "You've always got to put your wife center stage."
He added, "They are newly married, so he is learning that."
In a speech on Monday, Harry said: "Sport does not discriminate. But lack of support and barriers to access do, which is why the role of Coach Core fostering this raw talent is absolutely vital. Sport can inspire and invigorate, and as we have seen today, with the right opportunity, the right mentoring and the right focus, lives can be changed."
Now, Coach Core trains hundreds of young people across the U.K. who are not otherwise in employment and education by connecting the budding coaches to sports clubs.
They are then paid a wage as they are taught, enabling them to hopefully go out and inspire other youngsters in their communities.
During the appearance, Meghan chatted with a pair of identical twins, Luke and Elliott Rainbird, 20, whom she had met earlier in the year at another outing.
The brothers asked Meghan whether she had seen the new season of Suits, and the L.A.-born actress said no before turning the conversation back to Coach Core.
Harry said in his speech, "Being a coach isn't just about helping an individual get active, or training the next person who's going to become a world record holder."
The royal continued, "It's so much bigger than that. It's about being a role model; it's about being professional, relatable and inspiring."
"My husband has devoted so many years to Coach Core and in the past year of my being in the UK to be able to see not just the impact but the incredible inspiration and sense of purpose that this instills in people is astounding," said Meghan.
The couple also presented awards to winners.
Coach Core trains hundreds of 16 to 24-year-olds to be sport coaches, with 97 percent of graduates going into full-time education or employment.
The Kensington Palace press office announced on Monday that the Royal Foundation had been awarded a $1.3 million National Lottery grant from Sport England to double the reach of Coach Core by adding 10 new sites in England over the next three years.