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Fashion-Faved British Polo Day Invades the Pacific Palisades Next Week

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Last year, Angelenos got a pinky-raised taste of lord and lady life with the inaugural British Polo Day. The international luxury equestrian event is hosting another round of "privileged people" partying in the Pacific Palisades with its second Stateside match next Saturday, May 30th.

Taking place at fashion-faved Will Rogers State Historic Park, the stylish afternoon affair is expected to be filled all sorts of royalty and Yankee VIP attendees, including hosts Will Rogers Polo Club prez Andrew Bossom and Lord Frederick Windsor and his wife, actress/writer Sophie Winkleman; big-wave surfer Nakoa Decoite; and probably a tech supergenius or two. In addition to treating guests to a fast-paced polo game, fancy tea time, and billionaire people-watching, the philanthropic fête will benefit LA charity Homeboy Industries and the UK Stem Cell Foundation.

Want in? Members of the public can apply for a spot on the guest list online here.

Will Rogers State Historic Park

1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 454-8212