Prince Harry and Meghan took off their shoes and went barefoot on Bondi Beach as they continued their tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got to know surfing community One Wave when they took part in "Fluro Friday"
. That meant that a lot of neon and colorful garlands were to be seen at the session, which was the discussion promotes mental health problems.
Later, Harry climbed the Sydney Harbor Bridge with Invictus Games contenders.
The couple was greeted by cheers and screams as they arrived on Friday morning just before 08:30 local time in Bondi, the last stop of their Australia tour.
Welcomed by Grant Trebilco and Sam Schumacher, the founder, and co-founders of OneWave ̵
Harry got into the spirit of the occasion by slipping a blue lei around his neck to match his shi of the same color, while his wife got a pink.
The Duchess wears a different outfit from an Australian designer, this time she chooses a striped dress by Martin Grant.
Both walked barefoot on the beach, sitting in circles on the sand talking to members of OneWave.
The Duke then moved on to his challenge at the Sydney Harbor Bridge.
He and three Invictus Games athletes needed 13 minutes to climb the landmark. They were accompanied on the rise by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.