Royal tour: Meghan and Prince Harry to launch Invictus Games

Demand For Purple Folders Rises Since Meghan Markle Used One To Cover Her Baby Bump

Demand For Purple Folders Rises Since Meghan Markle Used One To Cover Her Baby Bump

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex waives to members of the public on October 18, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.

The Australian news site has dubbed Harry and Meghan's 16-day, 76-engagement visit Down Under as "exhausting".

First they announced Meghan's pregnancy less than half a year after getting hitched, and now it appears Harry's already practising his embarrassing dad act months before his kid's even been born.

Priyanka, who is a close friend of Meghan shared her elation and expressed, "I would, as a friend, just say that I'm really excited for her".

The simple message - created to focus on those lost rather than the person performing the ceremony - was an echo of the plaque unveiled by Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, in 1934 which said: "Opened by a son of the King".

The prince, accompanied by the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, a Games ambassador and three athletes climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge to raise the Invictus flag on the eve of the Games.

It saw the first Gold Medal of the Games go to France but it also signified The Duchess of Sussex's first medal presentation - offering up the Silver Medal to the Australian team.

The duke, who served in the Army for 10 years, founded the Invictus Games in 2014 with the aim of helping wounded service personnel and veterans with their physical and psychological rehabilitation.

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Britain's Prince Harry mentions Meghan Markle and their future baby in Invictus Games at the Opening Ceremony speech in Sydney, Australia.

The event officially gets under way on Saturday night with the opening ceremony at the Sydney Opera House.

On Friday the glamorous officer as overseeing the security operation on Bondi Beach while the Royal couple discussed mental health with surfers.

During their visit the Bondi Rescue stars gave Meghan and Harry a lifeguard uniform for the baby.

"It's your job to cheer them on and share their stories".

She also said that Meghan was smitten with her little one and tickled her toes "playfully".

It is sweet to see the couple supporting each other in all that they do, and we are seriously jealous of how flawless they are for each other!

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