Prince Harry holds Meghan Markle's hand during sailing event in Sydney

Prince Harry holds Meghan Markle's hand during sailing event in Sydney

Prince Harry holds Meghan Markle's hand during sailing event in Sydney

The couple are in the middle of a 16-day tour of Australia and New Zealand. After the race, Harry presented the winners with medals himself and posed for pictures with members of the Australian team.

The Duke of Sussex, who climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge yesterday to help raise the Games flag, welcomed more than 500 competitors from 18 nations to an event that he founded.

Kensington Palace has not clarified to date whether the Duchess will carry on her full itinerary at upcoming stops in Fiji and Tonga.

"British Royals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first baby and the duchess" close friend Priyanka Chopra is "really excited" for her pregnant friend.

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In the letter Samantha Markle conceded the family had said some acrimonious things "clumsily" but added she thought Meghan was "gracious and compassionate enough to do the right thing".

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A regular championship for injured servicemen and women was an idea begging to be stolen, Harry said when he originally launched the Invictus Games. And he put them on, over his jeans.

The royal couple, who occasionally clasped hands and posed with a surfboard, are on their first worldwide tour since marrying in May.

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Anthony Carroll added: "It was wonderful, they're such lovely, down-to-earth people". They don't talk to me about my disability, they talk to me about my tattoos. "I remember taking out the trash, all sorts". It wasn't long before the Duchess was back though, and by lunchtime, she emerged looking well-rested to attend a lunch with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at The Pavilion Restaurant, and later in the afternoon to watch the sailing.

In the evening, the couple attended a reception for the Games and went on to attend the opening ceremony.

The former "Suits" star is still expected to travel to Fraser Island - which is the world's largest sand island and can be hard terrain for pregnant women - but it is thought she may not take part in as many engagements as originally planned.

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