Royal tour: Harry and Meghan brighten up Bondi Beach

Royal tour: Harry and Meghan brighten up Bondi Beach

Royal tour: Harry and Meghan brighten up Bondi Beach

Meghan played Australian rules football with a group of local kids.

It may be a grey day in Sydney but hundreds of people have brought colour to Bondi Beach to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Sky News reported that while there she told a local that she keeps in shape by just carrying her baby.

It means there is a lot of neon and colourful garlands being worn at the session, which encourages the discussion of mental health issues.

'Meghan told me her pregnancy was like having jet lag. The Duchess held an umbrella for the Prince while he spoke.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have embarked on their royal tour of Australia, Fiji and Tonga. Harry will be accompanied on his bridge climb by competitors from the Invictus Games - the competition for armed forces veterans which he set up. It is one of his most important accomplishments and has been an inspiration to many in the military community recovering from their wounds and suffering from invisible injuries.

Harry and Meghan have been in the country since Monday, for a16-day stint in Australia.

But even before pregnancy and before she was ever a royal, Markle has been dedicated to yoga, telling Best Health Magazine that her mother, Doria Ragland - who is an instructor in Los Angeles - plays a major role in her love for it.

Thereafter they spent time with the National Rugby League's In League In Harmony programme - which focuses on building a positive sense of self, setting goals, appreciating diversity, developing communication skills and work with others to achieve common goals.

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