• Royal tour day 12: best pictures including Duchess Meghan's speech and Invictus Games closing ceremony

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's time in Australia is coming to an end – and the royal couple, after spending four days in Fiji and Tonga, are back in Sydney to see the final Invictus events and attend the tournament's closing ceremony. On Saturday, Meghan and Harry attended the nail-biting wheelchair basketball final – sitting in the stands to watch the action before presenting medals on court. Later, they will be back to appear at the glittering closing ceremony, which will see their wedding choir, The Kingdom Choir, perform – so no doubt it will be a special moment

  • Duchess Meghan divides fans with curtsy during royal tour

    The Duchess of Sussex has had her first experiences of meeting royalty from all over the world during her first official tour with Prince Harry – and looked as though she was a little unsure about how to greet the King and Queen of Tonga during her recent visit. A clip of the moment, noticed by some royal watchers on Twitter, shows Meghan and Harry bidding their farewells to King Tupou VI and his wife Queen Nanasipauʻu Tukuʻaho – with the Duchess looking a little hesitant before giving a small curtsy to both and seeing them back into their home. Meghan did

  • Supportive Meghan shares candid photo of Prince Harry practicing his speech for the Invictus Games closing ceremony

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed a very important evening on Saturday – attending the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Sydney, where they both stepped onstage to make speeches. And, Kensington Palace even took to Twitter to share an insight into their preparation for the event, posting one of Meghan's personal photographs from their rehearsals. Aw! The picture, which shows Harry on stage practicing with his microphone, is captioned: "Getting ready for tonight’s @InvictusSydney closing ceremony, where we will celebrate the #InvictusGames competitors, and their friends and families. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both speak