Prince Harry opens fourth Invictus Games in Sydney

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Britain’s Harry scales Sydney Harbour Bridge, joins group hug at Bondi

This royal mania reached a fever pitch after the announcement that Harry and Meghan are expecting a baby. She and Prince Harry are in Sydney right now as part of their 16-day official visit to Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and the Kingdom of Tonga, and Markle has already whipped up some homemade baked goods (her newly famous banana bread) and compared cooking notes with local chefs.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a ceremony to unveil a Sydney war memorial 84 years in the making on the fifth day of their visit to Australia.

Harry and Meghan were then taken on a tour of the newly remodeled shrine, which was first opened in 1934 by Harry's great-great uncle, Prince Henry, the Duke of Gloucester, but was left incomplete due to a shortage of funds during the Great Depression.

She and Prince Harry were photographed on Bondi Beach in Sydney on Friday, and a few shots show her with a secure hold on her mid-section, taking care not to jostle her precious cargo.

Royals on the Road is a diary of 9Honey reporter Natalie Oliveri's experiences following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle across Australia and New Zealand as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex take on their first worldwide Royal Tour.

Before they left, Meghan was gifted a bouquet of carrots and couldn't help but share her excitement with Harry, saying: "We got veggies!"

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Ms Oakes also told that Meghan believed social media put undue pressure on young people.

Megan refused to participate in the race, but instead watched the scene and laughed heartily while Harry cheered the kids and yelling, "Go! They are showing that mental health does not discriminate", OneWave co-founder Grant Trebilco said.

Harry and Meghan announced their baby news just as the tour kicked off in Sydney on Monday.

The shrieking students gave the couple a rock star welcome to a school assembly.

"These Games were created for our men and women in uniform; designed around their talents and their needs and built not just for them, but also for the friends and families that have supported their recoveries and had their lives changed forever", the 34-year-old royal said in his speech.

Towards the evening Meghan will join Harry again to meet Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Admiralty House, followed by the duchess meeting the Australian Prime Minister.

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