British Prince Harry climbs Sydney Harbor Bridge with Australian PM

Lawrence Kim
October 20, 2018

Among those joining the duke and prime minister Scott Morrison at the summit were three Australians who will be showing what they are made of at the Games, which open on Saturday.

Prince Harry and Meghan made a surprise visit to the school on day four of their tour.

Harry and Meghan had a go at waxing a surfboard as they dipped their toes in the sand at Bondi Beach. One member of the group told CNN affiliate Sky News the royals were "no different" to the rest of the group. "That's what makes us all great, really", he said.

They added it all was worth it to now have a souvenir of the time Prince Harry kicked them off the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

As part of their visit with OneWave, the parents-to-be took part in a special Fluro Friday celebration, where people wear bright colours and creative costumes while talking about mental health.

Speaking on Your Money Live, Gosling said that Prince Harry was was an "inspiring" individual with top notch leadership skills. Traces of republican sentiment have so far been obscured, however, as crowds of fans and well-wishers flock to meet the young royals, offering gifts of flowers and words of support for the pregnant duchess.

Harry was joined by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Invictus Games competitors as he scaled the bridge on the fourth day of the royal tour.

The first event of its kind was held in London in 2014. Will you be going to watch the Invictus Games?

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