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Everything we know so far about Meghan and Harry’s upcoming royal tour
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have only just returned from their honeymoon, but they’re already busy and back to work. Not long after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stunned at their Trooping the Colour debut, the palace has announced their very first royal tour as a married couple.
The pick? Meghan and Harry will be popping over to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand later this fall. Fittingly, the tour will coincide with this year’s Invictus Games (founded by Harry), which are being held in Sydney, towards the end of October.
Canadians may be a bit disappointed that the royal couple didn’t select Canada (a.k.a. Meghan’s former home away from home) for their first official tour—just as Wills and Kate did in 2011, a few months after their wedding.
But, fear not! We predict a visit from Harkle soon. As members of the royal family, it’s part of Meghan and Harry’s official duties to tour Commonwealth countries, including Canada. Cross your fingers.