Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recreate Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Sydney Harbour Bridge pose
The royal couple posed against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are taking Australia by storm! The royal couple, who announced their baby news to the world on Monday, have been wowing their fans down under over the past few days by making visits to local landmarks – including Sydney Opera House. On Tuesday, Harry and Meghan posed for a rare loved-up picture, recreating one of Prince William and Kate’s photos in front of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. It’s not surprising that the picture, taken by New South Wales Government, has since gone viral on social media – click here.
Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit to Australia comes four years after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the Opera House. The three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand was the first official trip overseas with their son Prince George. This week, Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, were greeted by crowds that had been waiting outside the Royal Opera House for hours – including 98-year-old Sydney resident Daphne Dunne.
Upon seeing the well-wisher, Prince Harry immediately recognised her and quickly walked over to embrace her before introducing her to Meghan for the first time. “I’m going to get my wife to come here and say hello,” he said. Chatting to Daphne, the former actress gushed: “I’m so happy to finally meet you, I’ve heard so much about you.” The pair spent a few minutes with her before telling her to enjoy the rest of her day, with Meghan adding: “Hopefully the next time we see you we’ll have our little one with us.”
Source: HELLO MAGAZINE