Published: Sat, October 27, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Royals Harry and Meghan dedicate forest reserves in Tonga

Royals Harry and Meghan dedicate forest reserves in Tonga

The couple - who is now in the middle of their royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand - shared audio recordings in the new exhibition on their royal wedding, highlighting the special moments from their big day and in the days leading up to it.

Swoon. That kind of attention to detail is what makes this fairy-tale romance especially sweet, although Prince Harry admitted that the gesture was almost ruined because of a cold snap that hit the palace in April.

Meghan wore a gorgeous black and white tulle ombre Oscar de la Renta cocktail dress with an illusion neckline and a bird pattern along the bodice and the skirt. The high school was founded in 1866 and is believed to be the oldest in the region.

They will then travel to Abel Tasman National Park where they will learn about the history of the forest and the environmental challenges of protecting the park's habitat as well as take part in a tree planting. "It is a simple but effective way to restore and fix our environment, clean the air and protect habitat". He and Meghan also opened up for the Windsor Castle exhibit about choosing Meghan's tiara with the help of the queen, as well as the importance of the music they chose for the ceremony.

However, for the royal couple themselves, there was one component on the day that didn't exactly go to plan and they claim it "kind of ruined the whole thing".

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Tonga, home to just 106,000 people, is also known as the friendly islands.

They are now on a royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji, and are expected to attend the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games tonight. It was a British protectorate before gaining independence in 1970 and remains a part of the Commonwealth group of nations.

Speaking before the final, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said it had been a "magic week for Sydney", which has hosted the week-long games for wounded, injured and ill veteran and active service personnel.

The royal couples' appearance was expected to be their last in Australia before heading to New Zealand on Sunday morning.

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