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Meghan Markle shared her first official photo on Twitter.
Duchess Sussex's picture was shared on Kensington Palace's social media platforms on Saturday, prior to the closing ceremony for the 201
"Preparations for today's @InvictusSydney graduation ceremony where we will celebrate the #InvictusGames participants and their friends families," reads the headline. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both be speaking at the ceremony tonight. # IG2018."
The caption also states that the Duchess of Sussex photographed Harry.
Later the same day Harry and Meghan recorded the stage separately, but delivered equally poignant speeches during the closing ceremony
"Good evening, all together!" Meghan wore a green Antonio Berardi tuxedo dress and told the crowd when she entered the stage. "It's an honor to be here tonight and celebrate all of you and support my husband in the Invictus Games he founded four years ago."
"In this short span of time, the games have become an international platform of some of the best athletics and sportsmanship you could ever experience, coupled with the camaraderie and close-knit sense of community that defines itself as the Invictus Mind "Meghan continued. "With that and a very personal touch, I wanted to thank you all for joining me in the Invictus family, and I'm really so thankful that I'm part of it with each one of you."  Prince Harry later took the stage to address the crowd that contained David Beckham . Good evening, Sydney and those who looked around the world, Harry started his speech and said thank you to those who helped make these games possible Thank you all, once again you have humbled us and inspired by your example, your determination, your ministry and your sense of humor. "
The pair is in the process of being the first Royal Tour as a couple shortly after Harry and Meghan arrived in Australia last week, it was announced that the royal couple are expecting their first child together. "Her Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that the Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the spring of 2019," said the palace in a statement. "Her Royal Highnesses have greatly appreciated all the support they have received from people around the world since their May wedding, and are pleased to announce to share good news with the public. "
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