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The tour of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan through the South Pacific continued on Saturday with the last day of the Invictus Games.
The royal couple began the 12th day of their trip in the wheelchair basketball finals in Sydney, Australia.
They opted for a somewhat casual attire, with the duchess dressed in a burgundy blouse, black jeans and black heels. He wore his hair in an elegant style of half height, half down.
The duke was wearing his Invictus Games polo shirt, light trousers and shoes with laces.
The duke and the duchess exchange glances in the metal game of Basketball Basketball Gold at Invictus Games Sydney 2018. (Photo: Chris Jackson, (Credit too long, see caption))
After the game, royalty helped honor the winners.
Meghan helped congratulate teams from the Netherlands and the United States and helped give the American team gold medals.
Later, the royal family attended the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, where the couple arrived a little more dressed.
Meghan, in an olive green dress by Antonio Berardi, gave a speech during the ceremony. She matched the look with bare heels and her hair in a low bun.
Harry, who also gave a speech, opted for a gray suit, whose jacket he left casually open.
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