Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have landed in Australia this morning.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex touched down in Sydney at 7am on a Qantas flight.
Harry and Meghan will spend the day at Admiralty House today before officially starting duties tomorrow.
Tomorrow, they will be officially welcomed by Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove before visiting Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Opera House.
The Duke and Duchess will go to Taronga Zoo where they will meet two koalas and their joeys, before heading to Sydney Opera House to watch Bangarra Dance Theatre in rehearsal. The pair will walk around the Opera House forecourt about midday to greet the public, shares SMH.
On Wednesday the pair will travel to Dubbo where they will visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service. They will also picnic in Victoria Park, which members of the public are invited to attend. That afternoon, Harry and Meghan will also visit a local school.
Harry and Meghan are flying to Melbourne on Thursday, and members of the public will be able to meet the couple as they walk to Government House.
The couple will then attend an official reception at Government House, before visiting a social enterprise cafe, visiting a primary school and then catching a tram to South Melbourne beach where the will meet local volunteers.
On Friday the Duke and Duchess will head back to Sydney to visit Bondi Beach, meeting local community groups and members of the public. Prince Harry will also climb the Harbour Bridge to raise the Invictus Flag before they attend the opening ceremony for the Invictus games on Saturday.
Are you excited to catch a glimpse of them?
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