Prince Harry and Meghan arrive in Australia for royal tour

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Harry and Meghan's sojourn in the southern hemisphere will be more brief but will see the couple retracing parts of the path once trod by his father and mother.

The celebrations saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoy a weekend of sightseeing, eating and drinking to celebrate Soho House founder Nick House's 55th birthday and the opening of the latest branch of his exclusive members' club chain.

Meghan, 37, smiled and waved at fans and looked effortlessly chic in a black turtle-neck and maroon scarf. The pair made the long journey just a day after celebrating the wedding of Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank over the weekend, but Meghan looked attractive wearing the same khaki trench coat by Babton for Aritzia that she wore for the Invictus Games promo photos.

The tour coincides with the Invictus Games in Sydney, which runs from October 20-28.

They were said to have been greeted by a heavy police presence at Sydney Airport before making their way to Admiralty House, the Governor-General's Sydney residence. Later that day, they'll climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Prime Minister Scott Morrison to mount the Invictus Games flag and officially launch the event.

Their arrival today is fairly low-key (as much as possible) as their official duties won't kick off until tomorrow.

Harry and Meghan will return to London from Auckland on November 1.

The Duke of Sussex will follow in his mother and father's footsteps when he touches down in Australia with his new bride for their first official tour together.

After visiting Fraser Island in Queensland on Monday, October 22, Harry and Meghan will then travel to Fiji and Tonga, before another day in Sydney, and will end their tour with four days in New Zealand.



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