Harry And Meghan Bid Farewell After Memorable Tour Down Under
We're saying a tearful goodbye to Harry and Meghan as their action-packed tour of Australia comes to an end.
It' been almost two weeks since the royals touched down in Sydney, but they're already leaving us, jetting across to New Zealand this morning.
Harry and Meghan are sharing their flight with Kiwi Invictus athletes who also boarded the Royal New Zealand Air Force plane.
Meghan wore a burgundy Hugo Boss dress and Harry donned a grey suit as they said their goodbyes after a very memorable trip down under.
Harry and Meghan made their last official appearance in Australia at the Invictus Games closing ceremony last night.
The Duchess of Sussex gave a heartfelt speech about the connections she and Harry have made with Invictus competitors from around the world during their stay.
"On a very personal note, I just wanted to thank all of you for welcoming me into the Invictus family," she told the crowd in Sydney.
“I am truly so grateful to be a part of this with each and every one of you.”
The royals will arrive in Wellington this afternoon and spend time in Auckland and Rotorua in the coming days.
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Today, Kensington Palace posted a throwback photo of Queen Elizabeth in Wellington in 1954 -- pointing out that Her Majesty has travelled to New Zealand ten times throughout her reign.
The last two weeks have brought us a tour we'll never forget -- from the royal baby announcement to the Invictus Games to Meghan's banana bread recipe.
Harry and Meghan, you're welcome back any time.
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