These two. Honestly.
Expectant parents and unnervingly photogenic couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a trip to Sydney's Bondi Beach on Friday morning. It was hard not to notice just how loving and affectionate they were the whole time.
They held hands on the way there, for one thing.
When they got to the beach, what do you think happened when Meghan leaned down to take off her Castañer espadrilles?
Yup, that's right, Prince Harry leaned down to collect them from her. Of course. (Don't worry, we'll get to those gold lamé pants later.)
They continued to touch affectionately once they were sitting down together.
Look at them!!!
The duke and duchess were at Bondi Beach to meet with members of OneWave, a surf group dedicated to tackling mental health problems. The couple sat down in an "anti-bad vibes circle" and took part in "Fluro Friday," an event where people share their mental health issues before going surfing and doing yoga.
The OneWave community embraced a colourful aesthetic — co-founders Grant Trebilco and Sam Schumacher are the people in the floral suit and gold pants, respectively — while Meghan was decked out in a dress by Australian designer Martin Grant. The group members who were there seemed excited to meet Meghan and Harry.
Founded at Bondi Beach in 2013, the OneWave community has now spread to more than 100 beaches in over 20 countries, giving 10,000 people the chance to speak openly about mental health. #RoyalVisitAustralia pic.twitter.com/SZu6O38ONY— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 18, 2018
According to one reporter, Meghan told a woman she was chatting with that she got up at 4:30 to do yoga, despite her jet lag. Same.
The couple have had many sweet moments over the course of the tour so far, like when Meghan held an umbrella for Harry while he was giving a speech about seeking help for mental health, and of course when they met maybe the cutest little kid of all time.
And who can forget this sweet moment, from Thursday?
Later in the day, the couple met with more children to discuss youth empowerment, and Harry climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge to plant the Invictus flag.
The @WeAreInvictus flag has been raised after Prince Harry climbed the Harbour Bridge with Aussie PM @ScottMorrisonMP and @InvictusSydney competitors Luke Hill (swimming), Peter Rudland (cycling, wheelchair rugby) and Captain Ruth Hunt (indoor rowing, swimming). #GameOnDownUnder pic.twitter.com/ozf6cQFspI— Omid Scobie (@scobie) October 19, 2018
ROYALS: We feel like we are living our best lives just watching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle trek across Australia. Check out Harry scaling the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge! Looks like His Royal Highness has no problem with heights (see what we did there!)— CNN Newsource (@CNNNewsource) October 19, 2018
The 2018 Invictus Games begin in Sydney on Saturday.
With files from Isabelle Khoo
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