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All the Photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the First Day of their Royal Tour of Australia

The happy couple just announce they are expecting their first child next spring.
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Shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed in Sydney, the couple kicked off their 16-day royal tour with a pregnancy announcement. Today, they'll have a full day of engagements ranging from an official meeting with the Governor General of Australia to a visit to the Taronga Zoo to a stop at the Sydney Opera House. See all the photos from their first day right here.

Australia's Governor General Peter Cosgrove and Prince Harry walk in to the welcome event at Admiralty House to kick off the royal tour.


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The Duchess of Sussex arriving at the event.


This marks Meghan's first public appearance since announcing that she is expecting her first child in spring of 2019.

Another photo of Meghan walking in.


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She's wearing a white shift by Australian designer Karen Gee. It's appropriately known as the "blessed" dress.

Meghan and Harry posing for a photo with Lady Lynne Cosgrove and Australia's Governor General Peter Cosgrove in front of the iconic Sydney Opera House.


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A full look at Meghan's white outfit.


The royals walk and talk with Peter Cosgrove.


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The Duke and Duchess make their way through the welcome party.


Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lynne showed Harry and Meghan bush hats, which are frequently seen in Australia.


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Meghan grabs on to Harry as they walk around the Admiralty House.


The royals met with participants of the Invictus Games while at Admiralty House.


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Harry and Meghan receive their very first baby gift: a stuffed kangaroo!


A very happy Meghan poses with her baby gift.


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Meghan switched into some flats for a ferry ride.


Meghan switched into some flats for a ferry ride.


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Another shot of Meghan and Harry interacting with the cuddly creature.


Meghan and Harry speak with 4-year-old Findlay Blue and 6-year-old Dasha Gallagher after they officially opened the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning at Taronga Zoo.


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Greeting the crowds.


Meghan and Harry chat with royal fan and war widow Daphne Dunne.


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Harry and Meghan taking in a dance performance.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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