British Prince Harry climbs Sydney Harbor Bridge with Australian PM

The Duchess of Sussex speaks to members of the public as she arrives at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne

The Duchess of Sussex speaks to members of the public as she arrives at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne Credit Phil Noble Getty Images

He was accompanied by the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

They were joined by Invictus Games athletes Luke Hill, Ruth Hunt, Heidi Joosten, and Michael Lyddiard and Gwen Cherne.

Tomorrow, the couple will watch the Invictus Games driving challenge at Cockatoo Island and attend a welcome reception held by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, before the opening ceremony at the Sydney Opera House.

The royal couple, who are expecting their first child, have so far visited drought-stricken areas of New South Wales, ridden trams in Melbourne and visited Sydney's world-famous Bondi Beach.

They added it all was worth it to now have a souvenir of the time Prince Harry kicked them off the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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Prince Harry made a solo stop during a fourth day of events as part of his and wife Meghan Markle's royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

"She said it's so good for healing her mind", Connell added. During a visit with OneWave on Bondi Beach, she told the group that she had gotten up at 4:30 a.m.to do some yoga to help with her jet lag and pregnancy exhaustion.

Speaking on Your Money Live, Gosling said that Prince Harry was was an "inspiring" individual with top notch leadership skills.

Britain's Prince Harry, left Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison, right, and Invictus Games representatives climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2018.

Let's get a look at what Harry's climb looked like from afar.

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