That's a summary of the epic tour of Down Under by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!
On Wednesday, local time, the royal couple completed the final commitment (76!) Of their 16-day tour. And they finished it the same way they started it – hand in hand.
The newlyweds, who made the exciting announcement that they are expecting their first child at the beginning of their tour, landed in Sydney on October 14 holding hands. And since then they have almost never let go!
The couple could not hide the joy of their baby during the entire journey. Harry offered a personal message when they arrived in New Zealand through a helicopter, saying: "From me, my wife and our little bump, we are very grateful to be here." We bring blessings from my grandmother the queen and our family. We are very grateful for your hospitality and the work to take care of this beautiful place. "
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He also made reference to his new addition in his speech at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games. "I felt very proud to be able to introduce you to my wife and we are very happy to celebrate the personal joy of our new incorporation with all of you," he said.
Meghan cradled her bundle throughout the tour and enthusiastically accepted the baby gifts of the supporters.
Their PDA-filled tour saw them showing their affection as they made their way through Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. And for their final stop on the tour, Harry and Meghan crossed a suspension bridge between the old 117-year-old Redwood trees.
They left the forest holding hands as they headed for their car. Harry addressed a group of reporters and summed up his successful tour with just a few words: "It was great, thanks everyone."
Tomorrow, the couple will take off from New Zealand and return to their home at the Kensington Palace in London.