Harry and Meghan in Melbourne for third day of royal tour of Australia

Mail Online | 10/17/2018 | Rebecca English, Royal Correspondent, In Melbourne For The Daily Mail
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have set off for Melbourne where they will meet, greet, eat and stroll on the beach during the third day of the couple's whirlwind Australian tour.

Following their trip to the New South Wales farming community of Dubbo, Harry and Meghan boarded a Royal Australian Air Force flight in Sydney on Thursday morning.

Dress - Trench - Coat - Gucci - Sylvie

The mother-to-be donned an elegant navy dress while carrying a beige trench coat and Gucci Sylvie clutch, with the prince following closely behind in a matching blue suit.

The couple will start their day in Melbourne with a short walk to Government House, meeting members of the public along the way at the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Thousands - Royal - Fans - Grounds - Morning

Thousands of royal fans have gathered at the grounds, braving what is expected to be rainy morning with a top temperature of 20C.

Later, the pair will attend an official Reception at Government House, meeting a diverse group of young Victorian leaders and community members.

Queen - Young - Leader - Hunter - Johnson

They will include Queen's Young Leader Hunter Johnson, founder of The Man Cave mental health initiative, a cause close to Harry's heart.

Last year the prince opened up about his own personal battles with his anger and inner demons and how he sought professional help for these issues.

Demonstration - Activities - Place - Grounds - Residence

A demonstration of sporting activities will take place in the grounds of the residence attended by ambassadors from the This Girl Can campaign, representing a wide spectrum of ages, diverse cultural backgrounds and levels of ability.

Based on the Sport England campaign, This Girl Can in Victoria celebrates women embracing sport, and has so far empowered 285,000 women to get active since 2017.

Couple - Engagements - Advance - Security - Reasons

The couple have two further engagements that cannot be announced in advance for security reasons, but will later enjoy a trip on an iconic Melbourne tram to South Melbourne beach.

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