Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Honor Veterans at Opening of Anzac Memorial

Barefoot on the beach! Harry and Meghan hit Bondi

Barefoot on the beach! Harry and Meghan hit Bondi

"Men can help as well by getting involved, we have to", he said.

The Duke and Duchess were at Bondi Beach to meet with OneWave, a local surfing group that raises mental health awareness and advocates for emotional well-being through surfing and-you guessed it!-yoga, among other activities.

Meghan Markle candidly opened up about her pregnancy as she compared it to being "like jet lag" - and revealed how she is coping with the changes.

"Each and every one of us will experience poor mental health", Harry reportedly told the group.

Prince Harry looked quite the officer and the gentleman as he and wife Meghan paid tribute to Australia and New Zealand's war dead.

The Duchess of Sussex again championed Aussie designers with a $1,615 striped maxi dress from Paris-based Australian label Martin Grant, the same designer who made the trench coat she wore on Thursday and Tuesday. Friday October 19, 2018.

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The couple occasionally clasped hands during the circle event, and later posed with a surfboard.

Prince Harry served for 10 years in the British military, and was deployed twice.

The girls, aged nine, are from the Koomurri Aboriginal Dance Troupe and both said they were nervous about meeting and performing for Harry and Meghan.

The royal couple, who occasionally clasped hands and posed with a surfboard, are on their first global tour since marrying in May.

Kensington Palace announced Monday that Meghan and Prince Harry are expecting their first child in spring 2019. He was accompanied on the climb by Invictus Games competitors and the prime minister of Australia. The games, founded by Harry, are an worldwide paralympic-style event for military personnel wounded in action.

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