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Cam­eras fol­low the Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex’s South Pa­cific tour…

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Royal fans were de­lighted when ear­lier this month, Prince Harry and Meghan an­nounced that they were ex­pect­ing their first child.

The Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex made the an­nounce­ment shortly af­ter touch­ing down in Syd­ney, Aus­tralia, for their first over­seas tour as a mar­ried cou­ple and im­me­di­ately sent the world’s me­dia into a frenzy with the news.

Now, in this one-off spe­cial, cam­eras fol­low the new­ly­weds’ packed 16-day itin­er­ary that saw them visit the Pa­cific Is­land states of Fiji and Tonga, and New Zealand.

Royal en­gage­ments

Timed to co­in­cide with the In­vic­tus Games, which were founded by Harry in 2014, the tour kicked off with Harry climb­ing Syd­ney Har­bour Bridge to raise the In­vic­tus flag and launch the event.

The cou­ples then con­tin­ued their tour to Welling­ton, New Zealand, where they vis­ited a UK war memo­rial and later at­tended a re­cep­tion cel­e­brat­ing the 125th an­niver­sary of women’s suf­frage in New Zealand.

‘The two princes have con­tin­ued to cham­pion their mother’s char­ity work and take her ap­proach to their du­ties,’ says ITN’s Royal Ed­i­tor, Chris Ship. ‘In so do­ing, they present an hon­est and com­pas­sion­ate face to the world.’

Koala-ty time... Harry and Meghanin Aus­tralia Down un­der... The new­ly­weds visitBondi Beach

Soldier­ing on... Harry launched the In­vic­tusGames in 2014

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