Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have arrived at Bondi Beach for their first engagement of day four of their royal tour, and their attire is a little more causal. Meghan wore a black and white striped Martin Grant dress for the occasion, with her hair in a high ponytail. She and Harry held hands while arriving:
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Harry and Meghan have arrived. “I feel underdressed,” Harry joked. pic.twitter.com/YDOvQNYsyv
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Meghan and Harry are meeting OneWave, a local surfing community group, and paritcipating in their "Fluro Friday" session. As the Palace described it, "people of all ages share their experiences of mental health issues, and will have the opportunity to interact with others enjoying yoga and surfing." (Though Meghan and Harry obviously aren't likely to surf.) The two took their shoes off for the beach:
They'll meet members of the public on the beach before heading to visit students in a youth advocate program. But the biggest moment is later in the afternoon, when Prince Harry will raise the Invictus flag on the Sydney Harbour Bridge to kick off the Invictus Games.
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He and Meghan will end their day with visits with the Prime Minister at Kirribilli House and Leader of the Opposition at Admiralty House.
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