Prince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor

Prince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor

Prince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor

The fourth day of their visit was capped off with a climb to the top of the Sydney Harbor Bridge with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

They were joined by Invictus Games athletes Luke Hill, Ruth Hunt, Heidi Joosten, and Michael Lyddiard and Gwen Cherne.

With the opening of the Invictus Games Sydney drawing near, Amazon has announced their commitment to become an official sponsor. Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex pose for a photo with local surfing community group at Bondi Beach in Sydney, on October 19.

The parents-to-be met surfers from the OneWave group at the famous Sydney beach to discuss mental health issues.

Prince Harry will kick-off the event with a speech delivered from the Sydney Opera House on the fifth day of the royal couple's landmark 16-day tour of Oceania. An Essential poll in May 2018 found 48% of Australians supported breaking away and becoming a republic, compared to just 30% who said they wanted to keep the monarchy. The royals will continue their two-week tour during the games, visiting Fiji and New Zealand, before returning to Australia for the closing ceremony on October 27.

"Wow, it looks wonderful", she said, "I hope it does all the things it promises".

Earlier, Harry and Meghan looked relaxed as they visited Bondi Beach.

"Harry said it took him not six months, but 18 months to find the right person to speak to".

Daphne will be supporting the games as well, attending her first event on Monday.

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