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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 Fiji – Day 2: Suva

The 2nd day of the Royal Tour in Fiji began early for Harry & Meghan. In the morning, after Harry’s engement at the War Memorial, Meghan joined her husband (both dressed in Fijian clothing to honour the culture) at the University of The South Pacific. They met with students, as well as one Queen’s Young Leader Elisha Azeemah Bano. Harry and Meghan were offered flower garlands upon their arrival. This engagement marks Meghan’s first official speech as a member of the Royal Family, her ‘Together’ speech back in September was to say thank you. You can watch the speech below and read it here.

Following this engagement, Harry & Meghan went on solo engagements. The Duchess attended a morning tea reception at the British High Commissioner’s Residence. She got to help make a traditional Fijian dish named Lote, made from smoked breadfruit. She also met leader advocates and heard more about UN Women’s project ‘Markets for Change’, a project for women’s empowerment in marketplaces throughout the Pacific. VIDEO

The Duchess ended her day of engagements at Suva Market, where she met female vendors who became empowered by the ‘Market for Change’ project and help promote it. Unfortunately, because of security risks, the engagement had to be ended earlier than expected. VIDEO

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Visit Australia – Day 7: Fraser Island

The Royal visit of Australia ended with the couple’s visit to Fraser Island. Fraser Island is the biggest sand land in the world. While it had been announced that Meghan was not going to carry out the previously announced engagements as she needed rest, she decided to join her husband Harry on the last enagement of the day, a walkabout in Kingfisher Bay Jetty. They greeted well-wishers and enjoyed some time together. The couple is now on their wai to Fiji for a three-day visit.

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Harry and Meghan have arrived in Sydney to begin their Royal Tour

Harry and Meghan have arrived in Sydney early morning on October 15th on a Qantas commercial plane (although the Royal Family tends to favor British Airways). They were photographed while getting to their awaiting car. The couple will stay at Admiralty House during the visit, and will begin their engagements tomorrow there. (Image Source: The Sun, The Mirror)

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex attend The Coach Core Awards At Loughborough University

Today, Harry and Meghan were at Loughbourough University to attend the very first Coach Core Awards. They were joined by athlete Paula Radcliffe as well as tennis player Laura Robson and English netballer Eboni Beckford-Chambers.

What exactly is Coach Core? The programme was created in 2012, with TRH The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry within The Royal Foundation.

Coach Core is an apprenticeship programme that helps young people (16-24 years old) who are not in education, employment or training to build a career.

Motivated by the success and impact of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Their Royal Highnesses
understood the power and impact sport can have on people – especially young people. With this in mind they sought to develop a new programme using sport to help improve life chances.

Each site where Coach Core operates targets those most in need. While some areas may have pockets of affluence, they also have some of the highest levels of youth unemployment and social deprivation.

By bringing together professional clubs, key sporting organisations and multiple businesses that provide employment places and create opportunities, Coach Core is producing well-rounded sports professionals and role models for children in their communities.
Source: The Royal Foundation

The Duke & Duchess got to play netball with other 2018 graduates before the ceremony began. Meghan presented the ‘Graduate of The Year’ award to Sebastian Vidal. Kensington Palace released a few images of the ceremony and the festivites on their social media. For the day, Meghan an Oscar de la Renta top, with Altuzarra pants and Aquazzura heels.

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