Thank you to everyone in Sussex for the unforgettable welcome for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex today!
Not only were Harry and Meghan both spotted hugging people in the crowd - but they also showed off a bit of PDA themselves. This included Nadine Duty, Jeremy Board, and Kim Bennett, who said the couple were "very engaging" with her two-year-old daughter Freya Martin.
She said they were picked after a scout from the United Kingdom came around to seek areas in Wellington that would be suitable for the royals to visit. "She's a very protective person and the terrible things Samantha's putting out about Meghan's sweet mother has lit a fire in her".
Kensington Palace issued an announcement detailing their 16-day trip through Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and the Kingdom of Tonga and the newlyweds' schedule is so jam-packed we're exhausted just reading it.
In a series of tweets from her locked account, which were obtained by Daily Mail, Samantha defends her and Meghan's father Thomas while taking a dig at Meghan's mom, Doria Ragland.
"It's a moment in history, I don't think it'll happen again for us".
To officially welcome the games to the city, Prince Harry, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and athletes will scale the Sydney Harbour Bridge to plant the Invictus flag.
And now Meghan's half-sister says that even though Doria seems like she's always been close with Meghan, that wasn't always the case.
In addition to their visit to the zoo, Harry and Meghan will partake in several events for the Invictus Games, a charity which Prince Harry founded for wounded soldiers.
Sadly, Bogart was reportedly too old to make the journey and is said to be living in Canada with "very good friends" of Meghan's, as per a statement formerly released by the royal press secretary.
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