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