Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit Sydney’s Bondi Beach To Meet OneWave Group

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit Sydney’s Bondi Beach To Meet OneWave Group

Meghan Markle wore a stylish yet comfortable look while visiting Australia's Bondi Beach with Prince Harry on Friday.

Speaking to Yahoo's Australian outlet, Sethunya Gibbons, 9, revealed she had been waiting to meet Harry and Meghan for around four hours, outside the Sydney Opera House wearing a "girls can do anything" t-shirt.

Vincent immediately threw his arms around Prince Harry, too quick for Dartel to stop him.

The team of 40 Canadian military members and veterans has arrived in Sydney, Australia as the Invictus Games are just days away.

The royal couple later visited Sydney Harbour's Cockatoo Island, where Harry delighted some children by joining them in playing with remote-controlled cars.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. The gathering is part of a weekly session known as Fluoro Friday, organised by local surf group and mental health awareness non-profit OneWave, according to AAP. Mental health is a topic that's important to both Harry and Meghan.

However, he left Prince Harry's auto unturned leaving the royal to do his own work.

Meghan Markle has turned to yoga to cope with the discomforts of her pregnancy. In an official statement, the palace said, "Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019".

She said the "majestic memorial" commemorated "all those who fought for our nation and made the ultimate sacrifice" and was a unique "place of reflection far from the horrors of war".

"Even in her jetlagged state she got up in the morning and did yoga at 4.30am", she said. These actions all caught the notice of Meghan Markle who told the students, "You're doing really, really good work and I'm so happy that we're here".

Charlotte Connell, a OneWave member, said Harry spoke of his own experiences seeking counselling more than 20 years after his mother, Princess Diana, died in a vehicle crash in a Paris tunnel in 1997 when he was aged 12.

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