Harry and Meghan join Australia PM at war memorial unveiling in Sydney

Carla Harmon
October 20, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan will visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga during a 16-day tour of the region. But if the royal couple were to go with Harriet for a girl, it could make for some cute father-daughter symmetry.

"Well done, Harry. Fantastic for all the veterans", said Facebook user Angela Doggett on the social media page of the company that organizes the climbs.

Plus, find out how Harry opened up about his past mental health struggles in a close-knit gathering with locals.

"Some of our clients have been contacted, but they've signed NDAs and we can't divulge who they are", he said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a new female head of protection - armed and in heels. This event saw the royal couple show their support for OneWave, an organization which uses surfing and other water sports to tackle mental health issues.

Charlotte Connell, 35, was at the beach with her son Finn and said the duchess had been suffering from the "double whammy" of jet lag and pregnancy.

The Duchess of Sussex, who's now away on her Australian royal tour, opened up about how she is dealing with her pregnancy side effects, comparing her experience to being jet lagged.

Yoga at 4:30 in the morning - you can call that commitment, or perhaps just jet lag.

Since then, Prince Harry and Meghan have been on a non-stop adventure - from sweet moments with their mini admirers to tram rides to sunny beach days.

Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex and Prince Harry have been given a "long list" of baby names to help them decide what to call their first child.

"All of this allows the memorial to tell the story of NSW's involvement with and for all Australians, in war, and in peacekeeping missions", General Hurley said.

Their last engagements of the day will be meetings with Bill Shorten, leader of the opposition, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

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