The royal couple’s trip began on 16 October in Sydney, as news of Meghan’s pregnancy made headlines across the globe.
Whilst the world’s media were busy capturing the first sightings of the royal baby bump, the Duchess of Sussex showed off her culinary skills and generosity by baking some banana bread for their visit to rural New South Wales.
In the outback, the royals discussed the drought, which has been affecting the region and they also met volunteers from the Royal Flying Doctor Service who unveiled a new plane to mark 90 years of the organisation.
The Duke and Duchess also went out on the water in Sydney, where Harry took up the challenge of scaling the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are touring Australia, New Zealand and their first-ever trip to Tonga. As well as that the couple travelled to Fiji, where, they attended a ceremony where the prince tried kava, a traditional non-alcoholic social drink.
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