Prince Harry attended today the first tests of the Invictus Games for military and disabled veterans after inaugurating them last night in Sydney, while his wife Meghan took a break on the sixth day of his visit to Australia after he decided to cut back "his tight agenda "due to her pregnancy.
Enrique witnessed a cycling competition and handed out the first medals at the start of the first day of these games that he created in 2014 and that in its third edition brings together some 500 participants from 18 countries.
The Duke of Sussex did it without the company of his wife after the Palace of Kensington decided to cut his "tight schedule" due to the pregnancy of Meghan Markle, announced after his arrival this week to Australia.
The Dukes of Sussex went last night to the inauguration ceremony of the Invictus that took place outside the Opera House, and in which Enrique praised the participants of the competition that will last until October 28.
"You are the optimistic generation. You are the new generation of service and a model for all of us, "the prince said in the opening speech, which also took the opportunity to thank Australia for welcoming him and his wife on their first official trip.
After the morning session, the dukes of Sussex again appeared together in the afternoon at a reception with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his family.
Australia is the first stage of an Oceania tour of the Dukes of Sussex that will also take them to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.