Prince Harry showed his daredevil side – and enjoyed a world-famous view – during his royal tour Down Under.
The 34-year-old Royal climbed the Sydney Harbor Bridge on Friday (local time) to the Invictus Flag, officially launching in the 2018 Invictus Games.
Harry was joined for the 1000+ step rise by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison – but the wife of Prince Meghan Markle, who is expecting the couple's first child, remained firmly on the
Also at the Invictus Games athletes Luke Hill, Ruth Hunt, Heidi Joosten and Michael Lyddiard as well as Harry and Gwen Cherne, their deceased husband in Cambodia, East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq, Harry joined.
On the way up, the prince – wearing a black Invictus Games shirt and khaki wearing sunglasses – paused a few times to enjoy the view of checking his team and happy wave to the camera. When he finally reached the top, Harry picked up his surroundings with much larger than expected black, white and yellow Invictus flag.
"That's a big flag," he said, before helping, beside the Australian national flag, which already blew proudly in the wind.
During the group, the cars honked toward Harry as they passed. He also thanked the bridge security officers and shook hands before going to the ground, where he was received with applause and applause.
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This is the couple's first outing on the couple's 76-engagement tour, which Meghan, who has just completed her second trimester, did not attend
The official website of BridgeClimb contains guidelines specifically for pregnant mountaineers. If you are less than 24 weeks pregnant, you can sign up with a signed fitness certificate from your doctor, but if you are over 24 weeks pregnant, you can not climb.
The prince is familiar with a small danger. He flew in a Spitfire, which he controlled for part of the flight, in 2015 and was called "natural" when parachuting. He even climbed the Sydney Harbor Bridge in 2005.
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Meghan and Harry started their Sydney tour before the day trip to Melbourne and Dubbo.
Before climbing on the bridge on Friday, Meghan, 37, and Harry were greeted at the world-famous Bondi Beach by Grant Trebilco and Sam Schumacher, the founders of OneWave
The colorfully-dressed local surf community group spoke to the Royals on their dedication to raising awareness of mental health and wellbeing in an engaging way.
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While she was there, Meghan opened her pregnancy to Charlotte Connell – who is also expected – and explained that her little one had stopped her at night.  "Meghan told me that pregnancy is like jet lag," Connell said, as Sky News reported. "She said she went to her room at 4:30 in the morning because she could not sleep."
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They then participated in the "Fluro Friday" session where people of all ages shared their experiences of mental health issues in an "Anti-Bad Vibe Circle".
The couple also had the opportunity to interact with others while enjoying yoga and surfing – and Harry even helped grow a surfboard.
After their beach journey, the couple went to Macarthur Girls High School, where they met with students participating in the In League in Harmony Youth Advocate " were involved. The aim is to unite and inspire young people to work for cohesion and inclusion in their communities.
They also attended a workshop on social justice and youth empowerment.
The royal couple is now in Sydney for the inaugural weekend of the Invictus Games, which will kick off on Saturday with their opening ceremony.
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The Paralympic Competition for wounded and recovering soldiers and veterans from around the world includes sports such as wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and indoor rowing.
Her 16-day tour will also include short visits to the Fiji and Tonga island nations before the royal couple returns to Austra, and then to New Zealand.