Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Antoinette Montgomery

Palace: Harry and Meghan to head Down Under later this year

Palace: Harry and Meghan to head Down Under later this year

The tour will coincide with the Invictus Games in Sydney, which are held between the 20th and 27th of October 2018. The exact dates for the Tonga visit have not been announced.

Page Six reports that the Duchess of Sussex was criticized by some members of the public for her recent wardrobe choice at Queen Elizabeth II's annual birthday parade.

During her short time in the country, foodie Meghan immersed herself in the local cuisine (think pastizzi with peas and ricotta and fresh pickled cheeses) and culture and spent much of her time wandering the cobbled streets and touring landmarks like Caravaggio at St John's Co-Cathedral.

The rumours are true: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make their way to New Zealand later this year.

The duchesses both joined their other halves on the terrace for the traditional Trooping the Colour flyby, when jet planes streaming with coloured smoke zip past the Queen's royal residence.

A LIP-READING expert has revealed what she believes Meghan told Prince Harry on the Buckingham Palace balcony.

Later this week, the Duchess of Sussex will travel by train with the Queen to Northwest England to carry out a full day of engagements in Cheshire.

At the culmination of the spectacle, the duo stood side by side on the Buckingham Palace balcony, alongside the rest of the royal party, to enjoy a flypast by historic and modern RAF aircraft, including the legendary Red Arrows who blazed a trail with plumes of red, white and blue.

Her clavicle-baring dress wasn't the only thing that drew attention to the new royal, as it appeared she'd been practising her regal wave.

Harry and Meghan exchanged vows in a glittering ceremony at Windsor Castle, near London, in May, watched up close by royals and celebrities and from afar by millions of TV viewers around the world.

So far she has shown nothing but dignity and grace in her position as a royal, and - given how old some of the monarchy's "traditions" are - they could do with someone to add some 21st-century style to their image.

One Sunday, the duchess took Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, to cheer on husband and father Prince William, 35, at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club.

On the sidelines, Charlotte did handstands, danced in a pair of sunglasses and ran around the pitch with her big brother.

The Duchess was also invited to Sandringham for Christmas a year ago, an honour usually reserved for those who are married into the family.

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