The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit Fiji – Day 3: Nadi

The Royal Visit of Fiji has come to an end. This morning, Harry and Meghan left Suva for Nadi, and were officially welcomed at Nadi Airport just like they were welcomed in Albert Park the day before. Following the ceremony, Harry unveiled the statue of Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier in the SAS who died in the Battle of Mirbat in 1972. A statue of him had already been unveiled in 2009 at the SAS Headquarters in Herefordshire, England. The Duke and Duchess then departed Nadi for The Kindgom of Tonga. VIDEOVIDEO


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