Next Stop: Australia! Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Will Be Following In Diana's Footsteps With Visit To Oceania

Date June 11, 2018 14:38

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are finally back in the spotlight! Shortly after the wedding and their first engagement as a married couple, the newlyweds went to honeymoon. It was reported that the royal prince and the American beauty wanted to make a trip to Namibia.

Now, they are back home. Just a few days ago, the Duke of Sussex was spotted at a charity gala that took place in London. And then, the power couple attended the Trooping the Color ceremony along with other members of the family.


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But soon, they will make a few joint public engagements abroad. Kensington Palace has just revealed that the royals are going to visit Australia and New Zealand in the fall and attend the Invictus Games.

This tour will be a rite of passage for Meghan, as all eyes will be on her. The royal newcomer will have to get to grips with daily engagements and ceremonies.

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Actually, Harry and his beloved are following in Princess Diana’s footsteps. The People’s Princess and Prince Charles made their first post-wedding royal tour to these countries as well.


It will not be the first Invictus Game for the former actress. The 36-year-old attended the Toronto games back in 2017, shortly before her engagement to Harry was announced.


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We hope the couple will enjoy their stay in Oceania!

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