On the fourth day of their landmark 16-day tour of Oceania, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited Sydney’s Bondi Beach to meet with surfing group OneWave, as they took part in the group’s mental health awareness session.

The Duke and Duchess were cheered on by thousands of people as they arrived at the beach and they were met by Grant Trebilco and Sam Schumacher, the founder, and co-founder of OneWave.

To get into the occasion, Prince Harry was given a blue lei, which he wore around his neck and Meghan was given a pink lei. 

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The duo went barefoot on the beach and sat in a circle on the sand as they spoke to members of OneWave. 

Meghan wore a striped dress by Australian designer Martin Grant, while Prince Harry wore a blue shirt and beige chinos. 

During their visit to Sydney, the couple also met with Sydney locals before joining the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on a climb of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.