The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in Sydney after visiting Melbourne.The purpose of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s whirlwind n tour will come back into focus with the duke officially marking the arrival of the Invictus Games in Sydney.
On day four of their visit Down Under, the royal couple will visit Bondi Beach where they will meet surfing group OneWave and take part in the group’s mental health awareness session Fluro Friday.
The newly-pregnant couple will then meet the public gathered at the popular eastern Sydney beach.
They will later take part in a youth advocate program and will talk with students about social justice and youth empowerment.
Prince Harry will then take his trip to Sydney to new heights by climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
To officially welcome the Invictus Games to the city, the duke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and athletes will scale the bridge to plant the Invictus flag.
The newlywed’s tour coincides with the Invictus Games in Sydney which runs from October 20-28.
The sporting event founded by Prince Harry in 2014 gives sick and injured service personnel and veterans the opportunity to compete in sports such as wheelchair basketball and sitting volleyball.
The couple arrived back in Sydney on Thursday evening after spending the day delighting eager fans in Melbourne.
The Duke and Duchess dabbled in some footy, got a taste of ‘s native cuisine, took a tram ride with school children and visited a blustery bayside beach.
Friday is the couple’s second day in Sydney after a jam-packed Tuesday where they greeted fans at Sydney Opera House, watched a rehearsal from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bangarra Dance Theatre, visited Taronga Zoo and attended a reception at Admiralty House.