The event, where the pair will be giving speeches, promises to be a celebration of the outstanding achievements and inspiring spirit of the Invictus Games competitors.
ASSOCIATED PRESS The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry wave goodbye before boarding their flight in Tonga. She said Harry responded: "What, waiting around at Government House in the cold?" and the couple both laughed.
The nation of 4.8 million is the final stop on the couple's busy 16-day tour of Australia and the Pacific.
And when the circle broke up they warmly accepted the farewell hugs from each members of the group.
Hearts melted when five-year-old Dubbo schoolboy Luke Vincent threw his arms around Harry for a huge bear hug and then reached out and grabbed his beard.
Meanwhile, the veil, which Meghan had such a big say in designing herself, is arranged so that all the floral symbols can be clearly seen.
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Prince Harry said in speech for the closing ceremony of his Invictus Games that the secret of success for the athletes is to "accept mental health is the real key to recovery".
"I just think that it's lovely that they got off the beaten track and came out to Dubbo to speak with people affected by the drought", Warren farmer Audrey Weston told AAP.
The boat neckline, the sleeve length, the material, the fit - the dress is practically identical to Meghan's one.
"It felt really awesome, it felt really good to see her put it on", Alexandra said.
The couple had returned to Sydney from Tonga for the closing hours of the event, which was founded by Prince Harry for wounded military personnel to compete in sport.
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan arrived in New Zealand on Sunday for the final leg of their Pacific tour, their first global Royal tour since marrying in May.
Harry and Meghan will visit Wellington, Auckland and Rotorua over the next four days, where they will lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and be welcomed with a traditional powhiri.