The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a busy day ahead of them on day four of their royal tour. Their first stop on Friday Australia time was one of the continent’s most famous landmarks, Bondi Beach, where a pregnant Meghan, 37, stepped out in a chic olive-and-brown striped dress designed by Martin Grant, which she pared with lace wedges. Her dark locks were parted down the middle and pulled back in a low ponytail, which showed off her Karen Walker earrings.
Harry, 34, wore a blue shirt with tan chinos by Australian label Jac & Jack. The two could not have looked more in love as they walked hand in hand and wearing leis while on the beach. The two greeted the excited crowd who gathered to see them, as well as the local surfing community group OneWave, which raises awareness for mental health and well-being.
After an eventful day in Melbourne the day before, Meghan and Harry will also take part in a youth advocate program that aims to unite and inspire young people to be advocates for cohesion and inclusion in their communities.
The two will then meet with Prime Minister Scott Morrison MP and Invictus Games competitors, where Harry will climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to officially raise the Invictus Flag, marking the arrival of the Invictus Games to Sydney.
Lastly, the pair will end their day with the Leader of the Opposition at Admiralty House and the Prime Minister at Kirribilli House.