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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit Australia – Day 9: Sydney

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have spent their final day in Australia focussed on The Invictus Games ! Harry and Meghan attended this afternoon the Wheelchair Basketball Finals between the Netherlands and the USA. Instead of sitting in their reserved area, they decided to sit in the bleachers with the rest of the crowd. Meghan got to hand the gold medals to her home country as the USA team won the finals. Though one Dutch player managed to steal a kiss from the Duchess upon getting his medal.VIDEOVIDEO

In the evening, the couple attended the closing ceremony at the Qudos Bank Arena. The Duchess got to make a speech about what she witnessed during the Games, what the Games stand for. Meghan mentioned her 2014 USO tour, where she decided to spend her holidays touring army bases in countries such as Italy, Spain or Turkey to spread the holiday cheer with the soldiers. I suggest you listen to it, it’s worth it. MEGHAN’S SPEECH

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit Australia – Day 8: Sydney

Harry and Meghan are back in Sydney ! Following their visit to Tonga, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in town for the final day of the Invictus Games. Tomorrow they will attend the wheelchair basketball finals in the afternoon, and the closing ceremony in the evening.

Before that, the couple attend the Australian Geographic Society Awards. The Duchess presented the Young Conservationist of the Year award to Sophia Skarparis, who worked on a campaign to ban plastic bags in New South Wales. Prince Harry accepted an award on behalf of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and made a speech. Afterwards the couple met with the winners.

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit Tonga – Day 2: Nuku’alofa

Harry and Meghan had a packed morning of engagements for their last day in Nuku’alofa, Tonga. They began their day at St. George Goverment Building, where they met Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva and other members of the Togan Cabinet. Upon their arrival, they were greeted by young children who seemed very excited to meet them. VIDEO

The Duke & Duchess then visited an exhibition of Tongan handicrafts at the Fa’onelua Convention Centre. They were joined by Princess Angelika of Tonga and received a traditional outfit named ta’ovala (a garland skirt) as a gift. They watched a dance performance before touring the centre.

After a change of outfits, the couple visited Tupou College, in particular the Toloa Forest Reserve, to unveil the new Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. Harry went inside the forest while Meghan stayed in the college and watched boys perform a dance/song about mosquitoes which made her cry of laughter. The couple also met some parrots which were released later that day in the forest. A reminder that Meghan avoids forests because of Zika concerns. VIDEO

Harry and Meghan ended the day with an official farewell at the Royal Palace with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu Tukuʻaho. Then they departed Tonga for Sydney, Australia, to close the Invictus Games tomorrow night. VIDEO

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit Tonga – Day 1: Nuku’alofa

The Royal Tour of Oceania continues with The Kingdom of Tonga ! In the afternoon, Harry and Meghan arrived by charter flight at Fua’amotu Airport, and were greeted by Princess Lātūfuipeka Angelika Tukuʻaho, the daughter of King Tupou VI. Meghan chose a red dress which is the main color on the Tongan flag. VIDEO

In the evening, the couple attended a dinner at Consular House. They privately met with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasopau’u before joining the guests for the reception.

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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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