Ainhoa BarcelonaOn day four of their Australian royal tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle headed back to Sydney where they kicked off the day at Bondi Beach – see photos
They couldn't go to Sydney without visiting one of the city's most famous tourist spots – Bondi Beach. And on Friday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kicked off the fourth day of their royal tour with an appearance at the Aussie landmark. The Duke and Duchess met a local surfing community group known as OneWave, which raises awareness for mental health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging way. The royals took part in a 'Fluro Friday' session where people of all ages share their experiences of mental health issues.
Harry's pregnant wife Meghan looked in her element, chatting away to people who were doing yoga on the beach. It's no secret that the Duchess is a devoted yogi; her mother is a yoga instructor and Meghan has always been open about practising it. The couple also spoke to a group of people who were surfing on the Aussie beach.
See the best photos from day four of the royal tour here…
Meghan nailed casual chic – while also giving us some serious holiday wardrobe inspo – wearing an olive and brown, striped maxi dress by local designer Martin Grant. The casual number features a pleated skirt and retailed for £1,080 online but is currently sold out.
Back home in the UK, Harry and Meghan champion the issue of mental health alongside Prince William and Kate. During their visit to Bondi Beach, the couple spoke to locals who have experienced mental health issues and joined an 'anti bad vibes' circle. OneWave focuses on raising awareness for mental health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging way.
The pregnant royal had her hair in a loose ponytail, and opted for minimal makeup, wearing a light base of foundation, a nude lippy and eyeliner and mascara.
Harry and Meghan mania has hit Australia hard, and Friday's outing in Sydney was no different. Crowds whooped and cheered as the royals took part in a walkabout, with many calling out the royals' names. Harry and Meghan were flooded with cards and gifts, and shook hands with dozens of well wishers as they walked along the beach.
The pregnant royal left with more than one lei around her neck!
For their second engagement of the day, the royal couple paid a visit to Macarthur Girls High School. Here, Meghan told how her upbringing at an all-girls school and her first job "taking out the trash" had made her the person she is today.
Meghan changed from her Martin Grant beach dress into a chic navy frock, which boasted a pale blue band on the bottom of the skirt by Roksanda.
The location of their visit to the school had been kept secret - even to the students.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were treated to a dance performance at the Sydney school.
After the visit, Prince Harry climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge alongside Invictus competitors to raise the flag for the games.
The Prince appeared to be be in great spirits as he effortlessly scaled the iconic steel structure.
Harry and Meghan wrapped up their engagements on Friday by meeting with Australian Labour leader Bill Shorten (pictured) and also Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The royal couple with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny Morrison.