Royals Prince Harry And Meghan Markle, Go Barefoot On Australia Beach

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hit the beach today in Australia, where they donned floral leis and met with representatives of a mental health advocacy group - a key theme in their royal foundation's work.

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

Meghan reportedly said, "We've been given a long list of names from everyone, we're going to sit down and have a look at them".

"You are all in this together, and if I may speak personally, we are all in this together, because asking for help was one of the best decisions I ever made".

Harry and Meghan were inundated with gifts, including many presents for the baby who is due in the northern Spring.


Thousands of fans had gathered along Bondi Beach to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who visited the iconic Sydney location on day four of their royal tour. Harry will be accompanied on his bridge climb by competitors from the Invictus Games - the competition for armed forces veterans which he set up.

Diana wore the earrings during a trip to Canada in 1986 - a year after she gave birth to Prince Harry.

It is not the first time the Royal couple has spoken about their future child during their tour Down Under.

Baby Sussex will become seventh in line to the British throne, behind Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and dad Prince Harry.

Kensington Palace revealed Meghan's mum, Doria Ragland, was "very happy about this lovely news" and "looks forward to welcoming her first grandchild".


Popular
  • Mendy returns for Man City in top of the table Liverpool clash

    Mendy returns for Man City in top of the table Liverpool clash

    We want to create but when you make a mistake - if it is an open game at Anfield, you don't even have one per cent of a chance. But Mahrez looked nervous as he thumped the penalty high over the bar knowing one goal would have clinched the three points.
    Flood waters rise, eight killed as Florence dumps 'epic' rain on Carolinas

    Flood waters rise, eight killed as Florence dumps 'epic' rain on Carolinas

    For a swath of the North Carolina shore from Cape Fear to Cape Lookout, the storm surge could range from 9-13 feet, the NHC said. As of Saturday, about 676,000 homes and businesses were without power in North Carolina, along with 119,000 in SC .
    White House gives Federal Bureau of Investigation  freer rein in Kavanaugh probe

    White House gives Federal Bureau of Investigation freer rein in Kavanaugh probe

    A lawyer for Judge, who has denied any wrongdoing, declined to say when the interview finished or what Judge was asked. Kavanaugh has denied claims of sexual misconduct by three different women - Ford, Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick.
  • Juventus set to make offer for Liverpool target Aaron Ramsey

    Juventus set to make offer for Liverpool target Aaron Ramsey

    It only took Ramsey a matter of seconds to put Arsenal 3-1 up with a sweet finish courtesy of an Aubameyang's assist. Both stars became the first two substitutes in the Premier League to score and assist a goal in a single game.
    Netherlands says thwarted Russian cyber attack on chemical weapons watchdog

    Netherlands says thwarted Russian cyber attack on chemical weapons watchdog

    The United States Department of Justice has charged Russian military intelligence officers with global hacking offences. The indictments have been welcomed by the governments of Britain, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
    Toyota recalling 23,000 Prius cars in Canada over crash risk

    Toyota recalling 23,000 Prius cars in Canada over crash risk

    Toyota is recalling 2.43 million hybrid vehicles for potential problems with stalling, including some Prius automobiles. In 2015, it had to recall 6.5 million vehicles globally over a faulty window switch that was liable to short-circuit.
  • Latest Storm Callum update from Met Éireann after emergency meeting

    Latest Storm Callum update from Met Éireann after emergency meeting

    Gusts of 50mph to 60mph could reach some places, with the chance of reaching 70 miles per hour around some coasts and hills. SCOTLAND faces a danger to life warning as Storm Callum complete with heavy downpours arrives in the country tomorrow.
    Chelsea midfielder Cesc happy with deeper Sarri role

    Chelsea midfielder Cesc happy with deeper Sarri role

    And the 27-year-old has revealed that Sarri's style is behind his resurgence. "I wish he came a bit earlier to be honest. I've been very happy for the last four years and a half, we've had great success, won many things.

    GOP senators expect pivotal Federal Bureau of Investigation report on Kavanaugh shortly

    As the investigation of past actions continues, lawmakers in both parties are parsing Kavanaugh's testimony from last week. Ford specifically recalled the pain of Brett Kavanaugh and (alleged co-assailant) Mark Judge laughing at her".
  • Princess Eugenie's Second Wedding Dress Revealed

    Princess Eugenie's Second Wedding Dress Revealed

    The account then shared another photo of the newlyweds at Royal Lodge, Windsor, ahead of a private dinner after their ceremony. Wearing a Zac Posen gown, Eugenie looks lovingly at her new husband, who is smiling at the camera and holding her hand.
    2 killed as Cyclone Titli smashes eastern India

    2 killed as Cyclone Titli smashes eastern India

    All fishing boats and trawlers over North Bay and the deep sea have been advised to remain sheltered till further notice. Horticulture crops suffered extensive damage in Srikakulam district while paddy suffered damage in Vizianagaram.
    Vettel and Verstappen collide in Japan

    Vettel and Verstappen collide in Japan

    The victory means Mercedes continue their run of being unbeaten at Suzuka since the turbo-hybrid era began in 2014. Hamilton is now 67 points clear of the Ferrari man and can realistically win the title next time out in Austin.

CONNECT