Meghan Markle's best friend is Down Under, just in time for the start of the real tour!
Jessica Mulroney shared in her Instagram story on Monday that she and her husband, Canadian television presenter Ben Mulroney, had arrived in "beautiful" Australia after a 24-hour ride with a selfie while wearing a "femme féroce" t-shirt "
"Only about 300 emails to catch up," he joked.
Shortly after their arrival, the couple went to a joint training session. Jessica shared a self-image mirror from the elevator with subtitles: "Ready to exercise with more jets of our life".
The Mulroneys are expected to support Meghan and Prince Harry at the Invictus Games, which will be held in Sydney from October 20. Last year, Jessica attended the Invictus Games in Toronto with Meghan, Harry, Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland and her friend, Soho House consultant. Markus Anderson.
Jessica, a stylist who has helped Meghan with her fashion choices before, may also be behind some of her outfits during the 16-day tour of Australia, Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand.
Jessica will also be available to help guide Meghan through her first pregnancy, which Kensington Palace confirmed on Monday. After all, Jessica is the mother of three 8-year-old twin sons Brian Gerald Alexander and John Benedict Dimitri, and their 5-year-old daughter Isabel Veronica (known as Ivy), who served at Meghan and Harry's bridal party in Your May wedding.
In fact, they all played important roles: Brian and John wore Meghan's veil (who could forget this excited face?), While Ivy held Meghan's bouquet during the ceremony.
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Just before Meghan was preparing to return to the spotlight after a break during the summer, she went on a commercial flight (late August) to visit Jessica at her old place in Toronto.
Just four months after her royal wedding with Prince Harry, Meghan has maintained a small group of friends that she keeps on speed dialing.
"Meghan has lost contact with some of her close friends before the wedding, which has been hard," a source told PEOPLE. "It's hard for him to know who to trust."
Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, began the first day of their Sydney tour with a busy day. After a welcome reception with Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and his wife, Lady Lynne Cosgrove, the royal couple met with some new furry friends at the Taronga Zoo.
Next, Meghan and Harry traveled through Sydney Harbor to the Sydney Opera House, where they entertained themselves with a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance Theater, an acclaimed modern aboriginal and island dance company from the Torres Strait.
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Upon leaving their first meeting and public greeting since they announced that they are expectant parents, Meghan and Harry interacted with hundreds of members of the public who waited for them outside the opera house.
The prospective parents culminated the day with an afternoon reception at Admiralty House.
Harry thanked Australia for the "incredibly warm welcome" they had received and the "opportunity to meet Australians from all walks of life."
"We also really could not think of a better place to announce the next baby," Harry said, looking at Meghan. Appearing a little nervous, Harry added, "if it's a boy or a girl."