The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Sydney’s Bondi Beach in the morning to cheer thousands of Royal fans who have been awaiting for them for hours.
The couple met surfing Group OneWave, as they took part in the group’s mental health awareness session and joined an “anti-bad vibe” circle.
Meghan and Prince Harry are also set to meet with Sydney locals today, before the Duke of Sussex will join Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Duchess is wearing a striped dress by Australian designer Martin Grant. while Prince Harry opted for a blue shirt and beige chinos.
Follow below for live updates on everything that happens on day three of the Royal tour (all times in BST).
01.57am update: Prince Harry and Meghan visiting a local school in Sydney’s west
Prince Harry and Meghan are now visiting a local school before later returning to the city for Harry to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The couple was met by some of the school’s students, along with New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian, and were greeted with an artistic show.
01.24am update: Meghan spoke out about Royal baby
Meghan Markle has spoken out about her pregnancy during her first major Royal tour with Prince Harry in Oceania
During the workshop on Sydney’s iconic beach, Meghan reportedly told a beachgoer that “pregnancy was like having jet lag”.
Charlotte, 35, told the Daily Telegraph: “Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag.
“She said she was up at 4.30am this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn’t sleep.
“It’s a bit of a double whammy for her, she said, as she has both the baby and jet lag to contend with.”
01.06am update: Prince Harry also spoke out during One Wave workshop
Prince Harry also spoke out during the workshop on mental health organised by One Wave group on Bondi Beach.
He told the group, while sitting in an “anti-bad vibes” circle that mental health does not discriminate.
Charlotte Connell, who was present during the session, told AAP: “Harry said each and every one of us will experience poor mental health at some stage in our lives.”
“Harry said ‘it took me not six months, but 18 months to find the right person to speak to; you’re not going to find the right person to speak to straight away.'”
12.43am update: Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave Bondi Beach
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have left Bondi Beach after a colourful morning.
Pictures emerged on social media show the Duchess covered in Hawaiian leis.
12.36am update: Meghan and Harry broke Royal protocol
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have both broken Royal protocol on the fourth day of their landmark tour of Oceania, while visiting the iconic Bondi Beach in Sydney.
he Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at the beach this morning and as soon they hit the sand, the couple made a major faux-pas when it comes to Royal protocol.
Meghan and Harry kicked their shoes off and while it seems like the most normal thing to do, it is actually breaking one of the bizarre Royal etiquette rules, especially for female members of the Royal family.
12.03am update: Bondi lifeguards give Meghan and Harry a present for Royal baby
Bondi lifeguards gave Meghan and Prince Harry a mini lifeguard uniform as a present for the Royal baby.
Lifeguard Jake Nolan, who has previously met the Duke of Sussex on Bondi Beach, said: “He said that he’d met us before – he came by the tower.
“We had a bit of a laugh because last time he was here, he was out for a run and he said ‘Last time I was a bit sweaty when I met you’.
“We got them a little lifeguard uniform, mini shorts, mini shirt.”
11.35pm update: Meghan told OneWave Group she woke up at 4.30am to do yoga
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took part in a workshop organised by One Wave on Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
They fully got into the spirit of “anti-bad vibes”, wearing a Hawaiian lei around their necks while joining the group sitting in a circle on yoga mats.
The Duchess reportedly told One Wave’s members she woke up at 4.30am to do yoga as it is “so good for healing your mind”.
Source : EXPRESS