Britain's Prince Harry today opened the Olympic-style Invictus Games for disabled and wounded soldiers at a moving ceremony on the forecourt of Sydney's Opera House, after an intense thunderstorm forced an hour-long delay.
At one point during the trip, Meghan and Harry were holding hands, and he reached behind his back to hold onto her with both hands.
"We were talking about mental health and really working on changing the way that our global community looks at mental health and deals with it", Cherne said later.
The youngster, who had been watching from her grandmother's balcony, held out a hairband to the couple and Harry did a quick U-turn from entering the auto to say hello.More news: Spotify Premium Gets Endless Radio and Streamlined Navigation
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Another onlooker was Invictus ambassador Curtis McGrath who competed in the Toronto games in 2017.
And while Meghan and Harry's baby name will remain a mystery for the time being, Princess Diana's former royal butler, Paul Burrell, has urged Harry to name his soon-to-be-born child after his late mother. His beaming smile said it all as Meghan presented the silver.
"She said she was up at 4.30am this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep".
"She said it's so good for healing her mind", Connell added.
During the visit to Macarthur Girls High in Sydney on Friday, October 19, the 37-year-old also sang praises for the students.
"The course was pretty challenging especially the second time around when we didn't have a navigator in the vehicle so we had to look for all the obstacles ourselves", McGrath said.
Harry and Meghan will also visit Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand during their 16-day tour.