A Walk In The Woods
Harry and Meghan end their 16-day royal tour the same way they started it – holding hands. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are all smiles as they embark on a walk through the Redwoods forest in Rotorua, New Zealand.
A Suspension Bridge Adventure
Harry and Meghan finish off their royal tour with an adventurous journey along a suspension bridge between an entire forest of Redwood trees in New Zealand.
A Hug For Meghan
Before saying goodbye to New Zealand, the Duchess of Sussex receives a big hug from a young girl at the Rotorua Government Gardens.
A Real Kiwi Experience
After arriving in Te Papaiouru, Rotorua, New Zealand, for a luncheon in their honour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sport traditional Maori robes, which they receive as gifts.
Meghan rocks a navy Stella McCartney dress underneath her beautiful robe.
A Traditional Welcome
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are welcomed to Te Papaiouru, Rotorua, New Zealand by taking part in a formal powhiri welcoming ceremony.
Harry And Meghan Take In Auckland
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are all smiles as they attend a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Day 15 of their royal tour Down Under.
A Beautiful Bouquet
Meghan Markle receives a beautiful bouquet of flowers from a young royal fan while visiting Pillars, a charity operating across New Zealand that supports children who have a parent in prison by providing special mentoring.
That’s Her Toy!
Prince Harry shares a special moment with a young fan as he playfully holds her toy while visiting the crowds at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland, New Zealand.
A Wild Dedication
Meghan and Harry, outfitted in rain gear and rubber boots, paid a visit the North Shore in Auckland, New Zealand, where they dedicated a 20-hectare area of native bush to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.
Meghan gives "wellie wanging" a shot, participating in the custom of flinging a rubber Wellington boot as far as she can, while Harry looks on with pride.
Having A Blast At The Courtenay Creative
Harry and Meghan have a laugh while hanging out with a number of actors in costumes at the Courtenay Creative in Wellington, New Zealand.
Meghan rocks a chic Maggie Marilyn white tuxedo dress paired with navy Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
Harry & Meghan Go Casual At National Park
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all smiles as they pose for a group photo with a number of children while visiting Abel Tasman National Park on Day 14 of their royal tour.
The duchess goes casual in black jeans, a co-ordinating rain jacket, and a pair of Stan Smith sneakers.
Meghan’s Shy Fan
Meeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex can be a lot of pressure! While meeting with children outside the Maranui Cafe in Wellington, New Zealand, Meghan does her best to comfort a shy royal fan.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, addresses a reception hosted by the Governor-General in celebration of the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand at Government House in Wellington.
Meeting New Zealand's PM
Harry and Meghan meet with New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand.
Meghan's Maori Greeting
The Duchess of Sussex, exchanges a hongi (a traditional Maori greeting in which people press their noses together) during a welcome ceremony at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand.
Invictus Games' Biggest Fans
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex cheer on athletes competing in the Invictus Games wheelchair basketball gold metal match on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Sydney.
Meghan Markle Dazzles In Oscar De La Renta
After touching down in Sydney, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend the Australia Geographic Society Awards at the Shangri-La Hotel. Meghan looks absolutely breathtaking in a magical Oscar de la Renta bird-embellished gown.
Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Attend Unveiling
Before returning to Australia, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Tupou College in Tonga where they unveil the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. The unveiling marks the dedication of two forest areas to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy initiative.
The Duke And Duchess Gifted Flower Garlands
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are gifted traditional flower garlands on day two of their visit in Tonga.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited the Fa'onelua Convention Centre after meeting with Tonga's Prime Minister early Friday.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Meet Tonga’s Prime Minister
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive in Nuku'alofa, Tonga to meet with Prime Minister Akilisi Pohiva.
Harry looked dashing in a grey suit while Meghan wowed in a grey and white striped frock. The Duchess of Sussex’s $1,800 CAD green striped cotton dress by Martin Grant will no doubt sell out in no time.
The Duchess Is A Vision In White
After arriving in Tonga, the Duchess of Sussex changes into a breathtaking white Theia Couture ball gown to attend a special reception hosted by the king and queen of Tonga. Meghan pairs the look with one of Princess Diana’s cocktail rings. The couple will be going back to Australia over the weekend.
Touching Down In Tonga
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hold hands while arriving at Fua’amotu Airport in Nuku’alofa, Tonga. They are greeted by hundreds of royal watchers, including Princess Angelika Latufuipeka. Meghan, who is wearing red to match the Tonga flag, suffered a minor fashion mishap when the tag of her dress was spotted hanging out at the bottom.
The Duke And Duchess Attend Statue Unveiling
On the 10th day of their royal tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle travel to Nadi, Fiji, where they attend the unveiling of a new statue honouring Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, who died in the 1972 Battle of Mirbat. The duchess stuns in a Jason Wu dress paired with Manolo Blahnik suede heels, while Prince Harry opts for a light suit.
Meghan Markle Joins The British High Commissioner For Tea
Meghan Markle stuns in a Figue printed wrap dress featuring pom-pom details while going solo at the morning tea reception at the British High Commissioner's residence in Fiji.
Meghan Walks With The Locals
The Duchess of Sussex joins locals at an outdoor market in Suva, Fiji as she wows in a pretty pink wrap dress and black wedges.
Harry And Meghan Visit University Of The South Pacific
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue their royal tour, visiting the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex show off their royal fashion sense with Fiji inspired looks.
Meghan Shows Off Her Baby Bump
Meghan Markle has shown us her amazing fashion sense throughout the first seven days of the royal tour – and now she’s also showing off her growing baby bump!
The Duchess stuns in a “Fijian blue” Safiyaa gown alongside Prince Harry while attending the state dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Fiji.
Statue Ceremony & Drinking Kava
After the Duke and Duchess of Sussex unveiled a new statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier who lost his life in the 1972 Battle of Mirbat, Harry drank a ceremonial bowl of kava.
Kava is a traditional Fijian drink that is said to create a feeling of relaxation and well-being.
Touching Down In Fiji
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are all smiles as they receive a warm welcome from the public after touching down in Suva, Fiji.
Meghan goes glam in a white Zimmermann dress paired with a Stephen Jones fascinator and earrings given to her by Queen Elizabeth II.
Harry’s Solo Adventure On Fraser Island
While newly pregnant Meghan takes a much-deserved rest, Prince Harry continues the royal tour solo, visiting an Aboriginal community at Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island.
Meghan Cradles Her Baby Bump
Talk about a pregnancy glow! Meghan Markle cradles her growing baby bump in a striped Reformation sundress while stepping out on Fraser Island with Prince Harry on Day 7 of their royal tour.
Invictus Games Opening Ceremony
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all smiles as they take in the opening ceremony of the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia.
A Great Big Hug
As Meghan looks on, Harry hugs a competitor from the U.K. ahead of attending a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at Sydney's Pavilion Restaurant.
Chatting With Children
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet children as they attend a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at The Pavilion Restaurant in Sydney.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan look on as an aboriginal performer plays a traditional didgeridoo.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex add some adventure to their royal tour, setting sail across the Sydney Harbour.
Upwards And Beyond
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex look upwards at the opening of the Anzac Memorial. It was opened in honour of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Hugging It Out
Britain's Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex hugs a fellow climber during a visit to the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison and Invictus Games competitors on the fourth day of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's visit to AustraliaThursday October 18, 2018.
Prince Harry gives Meghan Markle a big hug
Climbing The Harbour Bridge
Wrapping up the fourth day of the royal tour, Prince Harry climbs the Sydney Harbour Bridge alongside Prime Minister Scott Morrison and four competitors from the Australia Invictus Games, taking in the breathtaking view of the city.
Newly pregnant Meghan did not participate.
Meeting The Prime Minister
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue their busy day in Sydney by meeting with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny at Kirribilli House.
An Unannounced Visit
Surprise! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex make an unannounced visit to the Macarthur Girls High School in Sydney, Australia.
Circle Of Positivity
While visiting Bondi Beach, the royal couple take part in a "Fluro Friday" session organized by OneWave, in which people of all ages share their experiences of mental health issues in an "anti bad vibe circle."
Barefoot On Bondi
On Day 4 of their royal tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk barefoot along Bondi Beach in Sydney while at an event organized by OneWave, a surfing community who strive to tackle mental health issues.
Meghan radiates in an olive-and-brown-striped Martin Grant maxi dress.
Off With A Bang!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a great laugh together when a number of slot cars went off during a demonstration of Formula 1 by students from the Trinity Grammar School during a reception given by the Governor of Victoria, at Government House in Melbourne.
This is a moment this young girl will never forget!
While meeting a number of royal fans at the Botanic Gardens, Prince Harry gives a big hug to a girl who was in a absolute hysterics.
The Royal Botanic Gardens
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, ready to greet the large number of royal fans.
Meghan stuns in a navy Dion Lee dress paired with coordinating pumps.
Time For A Lunch Break
Even if you’re a royal, it’s always necessary to have a lunch break!
Right before eating their meal, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle look at traditional native Australian ingredients while visiting the Mission Australia social enterprise restaurant, Charcoal Lane in Melbourne, Australia.
Meghan’s Chic Accessory
Newly pregnant Meghan Markle is known for making out-of-the-box fashion choices but this unique accessory had a special meaning.
The Duchess of Sussex looked radiant in a navy Dion Lee dress, which she paired with a pasta and ribbon necklace made by a young royal fan named Gavin.
Checking Out The Garden
While visiting the Albert Park Primary School in Melbourne, Australia, Harry and Meghan chat with a couple of students while checking out their impressive mini flower-garden.
Hitting The Beach
Surf’s up! Harry and Meghan are all smiles as they take time to chat with some of the incredible lifeguards on duty at South Melbourne Beach.
Riding The Tram
On Day 3 of their royal tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take a ride on the Melbourne tram while talking to students from Albert Park Primary School, Port Melbourne Primary School, and Elwood Secondary College.
A Sit-Down With Meghan
While visiting Clontarf Foundation and the Girls Academy program at Dubbo College, Meghan sits down with four girls to talk about their school experience.
Make It Rain
Not even a little (or a lot) of rain can keep Harry and Meghan from smiling! After touching down in Dubbo, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Victoria Park for a picnic to celebrate the community.
Before Harry took the stage to deliver a heartwarming speech, unexpected showers surprised the couple and guests, which actually proved to be great for the drought-stricken city.
A Day At The Farm
Prince Harry and Meghan get their hands dirty while feeding cattle and raking hay at Mountain View Farm in Dubbo.
Meghan even whipped up some banana bread for a picnic at the family-owned farm.
Striking A Pose With The Duchess
The Duchess of Sussex is all smiles as she takes time to pose for a photo with members of the public while at the naming and unveiling of a new Royal Flying Doctor Service aircraft in Dubbo, Australia.
A Royal Hug
Talk about the most adorable greeting ever! The Duchess of Sussex hugs 5-year-old Luke Vincent while Prince Harry looks in awe while meeting with royal fans after touching down at Dubbo Airport.
Arriving in Dubbo
Day two of the royal tour is in full swing!
Harry and Meghan share a sweet moment together after arriving at the airport in the Australian city of Dubbo.
The Duchess keeps it casual in a Serena Williams collection blazer, a Mason Kitsune shirt and black skinny jeans.
Meghan Prepares For Motherhood
The Duchess of Sussex smiles from ear to ear while speaking with Australian singer Missy Higgins, who happend to be with her nine-week-old baby Lunar, during an afternoon reception hosted by the Governor-General and Lady Cosgrove, in Sydney, Australia.
Meghan switches her style up, donning a khaki green Brandon Maxwell dress.
Prince Harry's Adorable Fan
The Duke of Sussex proves that he's ready for fatherhood, chatting adorablely with a little girl in between meeting royal onlookers on the streets of Sydney.
Harry Introduces Meghan To His Favourite Aussie
While meeting royals fans on the streets of Sydney, Prince Harry introduces Meghan to 98-year-old war widow, Daphne Dunne.
Dunne first met Harry in 2015, and then again in 2017 after waiting hours in the pouring rain.
Rehearsal At The Opera House
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue their first day in Australia by attending a rehearsal by the Bangarra Dance Company inside the Sydney Opera House.
Saying Hello To Ruby The Koala
It looks like Harry and Meghan may have a new best friend.
While touring the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, the couple met up with a Koala named Ruby, who happens to have a joey named Meghan.
Meeting An Echidna
Talk about a wild start to the royal tour! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet an echidna, otherwise known as a spiny anteater, during their visit to the Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
Flowers For The Duchess
While making their way to the Taronga Zoo, Harry and Meghan receive beautiful flower bouquets from Finley Blue and Dasha Gallagher before heading inside.
Baby's First Gift
Following the announcement that they're expecting, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle receive their first baby gift from Australia's Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lynne.
The Duchess of Sussex was all smiles as she accepted a baby joey stuffed animal and a tiny pair of Uggs boots.
“It’s our first baby gift!" the mom-to-be exclaimed.
Meeting Australia's Governor
On the first day of their trip, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex pose with Australia's Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lynne Cosgrove at Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia.
Meghan shows off her growing baby bump in a simple white Karen Gee dress, appropriately called the "blessed dress".
Welcome To Australia
Welcome to Australia, Harry and Meghan!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are all smiles after landing in Sydney, Australia, to begin their royal tour together.
The newly pregnant duchess radiates in a black and burgundy coat, paired with slim black trousers and matching top.