(16 Oct 2018) Prince Harry and his wife the former Meghan Markle received a toy kangaroo and a small pair of boots from Australia’s Governor General. The news of the royal couple’s pregnancy was announced after they arrived in Sydney on Monday. (Oct. 16)
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Prince Harry and Meghan have made their first public appearance since announcing they are expecting a baby, kicking off a high-profile Pacific trip with a photo in front of Sydney’s dazzling Opera House and posing with koalas.
Prince Harry and Meghan attend a welcome event at Sydney’s Admiralty. IMAGES
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