Prince Harry, Meghan Markle visit Bondi Beach for mental health awareness

The royal couple stopped by the iconic Sydney beach to meet with a local organization that raises awareness for mental health issues.
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We cannot wait for that. The latest on the royal tour in Australia. Meghan and Harry enjoying another packed day spending time at the beach and putting the spotlight on an issue that's very important to them. And the duchess opening up also about her pregnancy. ABC's James Longman is traveling with them in Sydney. Hey, James, how are you doing, my friend. Reporter: I'm good. Happy Friday. This was probably my favorite day so far. Meghan and Harry in some of Australia's most famous spots just relaxed and having fun. Today just really highlighted who they are, a new kind of royal couple unafraid to show emotion and to talk about it. Day four of their aussie tour and Meghan and Harry hitting some of the country's most famous landmarks. First up, surf's up. A royal wave for Bondi. One of the world's most iconic beaches and one O the most increasingly iconic couples. Meghan slipping off her wedges to walk barefoot in the sand with her prince. Another dress from martin grant billowing in the wind as they visited the colorful mental health project, one ve. Now a worldwide phenomenon on 100 beaches around the world. The project helps people open up through physical activity. Yoga, a favorite for the royal mum-to-be. Meghan revealing she was up at 4:30 A.M. To do yoga and her pregnancy feels like jetlag just without the travel. Harry telling one woman if you've suffered mental health problems you don't want anyone else to suffer from them too. The death of his mother Diana a trigger for Harry's own problems. But with her spirit alive in his new wife, the pair now dedicated to helping others. Got to talk about them -- about mental health and Harry talks about heads together and why it's important to, you know, have an outlet to talk about these things. Reporter: Meghan and Harry always hand in hand, a very different type of tour. Very close, very intimate and I think it was nice to see that, you know, even though we're in a public space you could still see they were authentic and being themselves. Reporter: Then Meghan stunning solo at a school in a blue roxanner dress and told pupils her first job at 14 included taking out the trash which made her the person she is today and the crowning glory, a climb up Sydney harbor bridge heralding the opening of the invictus games and 2017 Toronto competition we sold Meghan and Harry for the first time. Just one year on, it's now duke and duchess down under. And Harry will officially open the invictus games tomorrow. The beckhams among the guests expected to attend the ceremony at the opera house. These games were his idea. 18 nations now competing at events. The prince is superpassionate about it. We love seeing those two doing so much. I know it's nighttime for you so go get some rest. We appreciate you.

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