Harry and Meghan arrive in Australia on first official tour


So when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge turned up at Princess Eugenie's wedding and showed some affection - well, we were shook in all the right ways.

Meghan looked warm and snug in a navy blue Givenchy gown covered by a loosely fit matching coat, sending the internet into overdrive.

Just months ago, Meghan Markle Wednesday Prince Harryat St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle in a traditional and classy event that set the bar high for all weddings to come.

Similarly, Charles and Diana took in the traditional Maori culture 25 years ago in Auckland and the Bay of Islands, where the couple were rowed into the area in a traditional canoe.

Royal baby rumours continued to spread after it was recently reported that the couple are trying for a little one and are planning a big family.

Harry and Meghan were flown back two days later but the Kensington Palace refused to comment about the incident.

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Famously hands-off at events, Middleton and Prince William are often seen standing apart and not touching during royal events - adhering to the fact they are technically working and public displays of affection are frowned upon whilst on royal duty.

The tour coincides with the Invictus Games in Sydney, which runs from October 20-28.

Prince Harry will launch the fourth Invictus Games in Sydney on Friday, and attend the opening and closing ceremonies.

Harry and Meghan will return to London from Auckland on November 1.

Harry and Meghan will also head to New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

"The duke and duchess are very much looking forward to experiencing the unique cultures and customs of those four Commonwealth countries and have asked that this tour allow them opportunities to meet as many Australians, Fijians, Tongans, and New Zealanders as possible".