The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex are in Sydney for the fourth Invictus Games
Today it is expected that the newlyweds, who are expecting their first child, will attend the morning commitments of the Invictus Games competition, created by the Duke of Sussex, in which more than 500 competitors from 18 countries will compete.
But only Prince Harry attended the official morning events when Kensington Palace announced that the Meghan program has been cut after a "busy schedule."
Highlights of today's Invictus Games events included 'Road Cycling Time Trials', which started at 9.30 am local time (12.30 am BST).
The cycle was followed by "Navigation" at 11 am local time (1 am BST).
The last main event of the day was the "Road Cycling Criteria" at 13:30 local time (3:30 a.m. BST).
Follow below to get live updates on everything that happens on day six of the Royal tour (every time on BST).
Update at 5:30 am: the Duke and the Duchess take a cruise on a speedboat
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have gone on board a friend's ship to watch the Invictus Games at Farm Cove in Sydney.
Harry greeted shamelessly and Meghan smiled, seeming to enjoy the exciting journey.
Both Royals put on waterproof jackets to protect themselves from the cold water and Meghan clung to her husband as they crossed the waves together.
The royal couple enjoy an exciting trip on their way to see the navigation.
Update of 4.10 am: Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have arrived at a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at The Pavilion Restaurant
Meghan and Harry have greeted the children at The Pavilion restaurant.
They are expected to dine with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Harry was left with the same outfit he wore for the medal presentations and Meghan looked stunning in discreet black with a large white jacket to cover the baby's punch.
There was a didgeridoo player present to entertain the Royals as they watched in fascination.
Meghan and Harry hugged a member of the audience while the Duchess dazzled her pregnancy brightness after a well-deserved morning break.
A player from didgeridoo performed at the reception offered by the Prime Minister of Australia.
Meghan and Harry spoke to small children before their dinner with the Australian Prime Minister
Harry and Meghan hugged a member of the audience.
Meghan covered her baby punch with a white jacket.
Harry and Meghan greet the children at the Pavilion restaurant, where they will meet with the Australian prime minister.
Update of 3.25 am: Harry has presented awards and medals to cyclists without Meghan
The athlete Benjamin Yeomans asked Harry to sign him a pair of swimsuits.
The duke obeyed and laughed when Mr. Yeomans threw them over his head.
Meghan was absent from the engagement but will return for a reception and dinner with the Prime Minister in the afternoon.
Update at 3:00 am: Meghan will go to Fraser Island tomorrow but will not make any commitment there
Meghan will arrive at Fraser Island but will not make any commitment while she is there.
You will probably enjoy a walk on the beach to get some fresh sea air while settling in pregnancy.
It has been an exhausting week for the Duchess and, although she has not had morning sickness, she has been very tired, the sources reported.
Update at 2:30 am: Why is Meghan absent from the morning commitments on the sixth day?
The pregnant duchess, who announced she will have a baby last week, had a night on Saturday after the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games started later than expected due to the weather.
Meghan is expected to miss a series of events during the rest of the tour.
A source said that the Duchess of Sussex is fine, and that they only want to "follow" her, since she and Prince Harry have many events left.
Prince Harry told the competitors that Meghan is "resting at home" during his morning event.
"Being pregnant has its effect," he added.
Harry laughs at a pair of swimsuits on the head of cyclist Benjamin Yeomans
Harry reacts while the Australian athlete Invictus Games, Benjamin Yeomans, asks him to sign the trunks
Meghan was absent from cycling at the Botanical Gardens, Sydney
Update of 1.50 am: Harry does not join Meghan for the morning commitments of the sixth day of the Royal tour
Meghan has not joined him, since his program has been reduced in the wake of a "busy schedule".
Kensington Palace said: "After a busy program, the duke and the duchess decided to cut the duchess's program a bit for the next two days, before the last week and a half of the tour."
Update from 1:30 am: The Sailing is underway in the glorious Sydney Harbor, where Harry and Meghan are expected to be watching
The port of Sydney offers a spectacular backdrop for the debut of sailing at Invictus Games.
The boats will sail from the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia in Rushcutters Bay to Farm Cove.
Meghan and Harry are expected to see the event as it makes it the debut of Invictus Games.
1.27 am recap: Harry and Meghan's royal itinerary for day six
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be at Royal Botanic Gardens to cheer on the Invictus Sydney by bike
The future parents will enjoy a lunch with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
& # 39; Invictus Family and Friends & # 39; will also join the special lunch.
Harry and Meghan will then see the sailing competition, which begins at 1am BST.
Then they will attend a private reception of Invictus Games at Governor House.
The navigation has already begun.
The port of Sydney offers a great backdrop for the sailing competition.
Update at 1:00 am: the spectators react to the first event of the games
Another said: "Gary Robinson breaking it in the Invictus Games"
Meanwhile, the Australian policy Gladys Berejiklian wrote: "In the Royal Botanical Garden to see the start of the Invictus Games Cycling, all the best for all the incredible athletes who compete, you are an inspiration".
Summary of 12.40 am: Prince Harry opened yesterday the Invictus Games, which is the centerpiece of the Royal tour
Prince Harry launched the event with a very personal speech in the courtyard of the Sydney Opera House.
The future father talked about the couple's exciting news about babies, which were announced hours after he and his wife Meghan landed in Australia earlier in the week.
He said with great applause: "I have been so proud to be able to introduce you to my wife and we have been very happy to celebrate the personal joy of our new edition with all of you".
The Games are the biggest highlight of the royal tour for the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex.
The excitement of the tour has been added to the news of Meghan's pregnancy when Royal fans begin to notice the traces of a baby hit.
The Union Jacks flutter as the cyclists fly by.
Twitter users react to the first event of the games.
Harry and Meghan attended a somber wreath ceremony before yesterday's opening ceremony
12.00 Update: Meghan and Harry will meet some of the cyclists after the main event
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will begin the first day of Invictus Games Sydney by attending the cycling competition at the Royal Botanical Garden.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will see one of the road bike weather tests before meeting with competitors and team staff at the center of the competition.
The royal couple will also present the gold, silver and bronze medals at the event.
After cycling, the couple will head to the Pavilion for the official reception hosted by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
There they will meet with representatives of veteran support groups and mental health organizations.
Later in the afternoon, Duke and Duchess will see the Invictus Games final from a Family and Friends Boat in Farm Cove.
Tonight, the couple will attend a private reception for the Invictus Games Foundation at the Government House.
Meghan dazzled at Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island yesterday
Harry and Meghan wore Invictus Games t-shirts yesterday
The stormy weather had threatened to rain the opening ceremony yesterday.
Cycling has begun and the spectators are out of force.
11.43pm update: The first event has started: The Road Cycling Time Trails
The event's speed and skill tests as key strengths come to the fore in the scenic Royal Botanic Garden, where cyclists try to beat the clock and each other.
Fans of the crowd wave Union Jack flags as competitors fly by.
Harry and Meghan are expected to join the spectators to incite the challengers.