>> Prince Harry and Meghan, barefoot in an anti-bad vibes circle on Bondai Beach. The British royal couple attending a Flouro Friday event on their tour of Australia to raise awareness of mental health issues. The One Wave community group helps people using saltwater therapy, surfing, and flourescent clothing. It's a topic close to Harry's heart.
He says he sort counselling in his late 20s to deal with the grief of losing his mother, Diana. The Royal has campaigned to provide mental health support for soldiers who need it, and set up a mental health charity. The pair occasionally clasped hands during the meeting. And after listening to speakers in the circle, joined in a group hug.
The couple who are expecting their first child next year are on their first international tour since marrying in May. It'll also take them to New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands of Fiji and Tonga. Thousands have been turning out to greet them on their various stops. In some cases, even going in for a cuddle.
The trip coincides with the Invictus Games to be held in Sydney from Saturday. An international paralympic-style event founded by Harry for military personnel wounded in action. On Friday, he climbed Sydney's Harbor Bridge with the country's Prime Minister to raise the Invictus flag at the top.