The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are spending Day Four of their Tour Down Under in Sydney.
They were met by crowds of fluoro fans at South Bondi Beach and were then treated to a dance performance at the Macarthur Girls’ High School in Parramatta.
Prince Harry has now climbed the Harbour Bridge, and he and Meghan have travelled to Admiralty House to meet with Bill Shorten and Scott Morrison.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex capped off the fourth day of their Aussie visit with closed-door meetings with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Bill Shorten.
Mr Morrison also joined Prince Harry and a group of Invictus competitors on a Sydney Harbour bridge climb.
Earlier Harry and Meghan visited Bondi Beach and dropped in on a school where they spoke with students and teachers.
The Kensington Palace Twitter account has tweeted this photo of Harry atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with Scott Morrison and the Invictus competitors.
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