The royal couple who just arrived from their honeymoon are set to travel Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji in the fall said on Sunday at Kensington Palace that they will go on their first royal tour.
A visit to Australia is not a surprise. The 36-year-old Meghan previously discovered that she will accompany Harry, 33, at upcoming Invictus Games in Sydney. It is a Paralympic-style contest runs from October 20–27. And as per the announcement made by palace office, it is confirmed that the tour would be somewhere around game time.
The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who made their debut at Buckingham Palace on Saturday, while the pair helped Queen Elizabeth to rejoice her 92nd birthday, will also lead to the part of countries that are associated with Commonwealth and linked with the UK.
“The Royal Highnesses were invited to visit the land of Australia and New Zealand by the respective governments of the countries. The Duke and Duchess will visit the Fiji and Tonga border at the request of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth office,” as per the official announcement.
This is a vital step for Meghan, who with Harry is about to play a significant role in the Commonwealth. Among her vows is her next public duty along with the Queen. Meghan on Thursday will go with the monarch on a visit to Chester, about 165 Miles northwest of London.
“The Queen knows the possible failures for not giving the supporting hands of new members. It’s everything about the monarchy. She cannot anticipate Meghan to be familiar with everything without being shown,” said Ingrid Seward, author of the Queen and Prince Philip, My Husband & I, which is a recently released biography.
In April, Harry was the leader of the Organization’s Youth Forum, and along with Meghan, they are considered as an ideal couple to protect the opportunities of women and the interests and issues of young people living in the family of nations associated with the UK.