Hooroo, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry!
After a busy closing ceremony at the Invictus Games in Sydney, the future royal parents say goodbye to Sydney Airport on Sunday (local time) to Australia to the terminus of their royal tour: New Zealand
The pair was formed by Invictus Games athletes New Zealand accompanied for the three-hour flight to Wellington. Before boarding their plane, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said goodbye to Australian dignitaries.
The expectant mother, 37, wore a burgundy Hugo Boss dress, while her husband, 34, wore a black suit. The duo said goodbye to the locals as they prepared for the last leg of their tour.
Meghan wore her cuyana bag and wore her Aquazzura Casablanca pumps in peach suede, which she wore Friday night, according to Meghan's Mirror.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomes the couple as the duo touches down.
Upon arrival in New Zealand, the couple will receive a welcome ceremony and lay a wreath at the Pukeahu National War Memorial prior to meeting Ardern.
Harry and Meghan gave emotional speeches during the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games, in which Harry spoke openly about his experiences of mental health in front of thousands of people who gathered. (Harry, a veteran who served in Afghanistan, founded the Paralympic-style competition four years ago to honor veterans and wounded soldiers around the world.)
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"In a world where negativity is too much of a platform, our Invictus competitors, many of whom have a second chance at life, achieve extraordinary things," said he.
"They are called heroes They are labeled as legends They are called supermen Well, of course, all these things are true! Right, well, I believe the real strength of their example is that they are not superheroes, I'm sorry to break you! "He joked.
"What they achieve is not impossible and not magical," Harry continued. "They saw it before your eyes, because this competition made it possible, men and women who have taken on a challenge and overcome it, they are ordinary people doing extraordinary things … that's something we can all strive for. "
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Meghan shared a similar message with attendees in her surprise speech, expressing her reverence for her husband's efforts to create an inspiring event.
She also related how moved she was by a veteran who embraced Harry and her excitedly last week.
"The Novak family from Chicago is a prime example of that," Meghan said. When her son Ryan suffered a severe injury that paralyzed him from the waist down, the doctors said he could never walk again, but after talking to his mother, Karri, it was clear that Ryan & # 39; 's brainpower and with the unwavering support of his parents was that he could prove to all these doctors that they were wrong. "
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Meghan continued, "Ryan has not only competed in sailing, swimming and athletics this week, but as Harry and I literally jumped him in the boat at the sailing competition, with skill and ease to both of us hugging. "
This is the couple's first joint visit to New Zealand, while Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, has made 10 visits to the country – the first one came from 1953 to 1954 during her stay he Commonwealth Tour.
The royal couple began their 16-day Down Under Tour in Sydney with a number of day trips to other regions of the country and launched the 2018 Invict Games a few days ago in Fiji and Tonga.