Prince Harry behaves just like ordinary people by taking travel photos to share via social media
When he is on a plane, Prince Harry is just like any traveler who takes photos from the window and shares these on social media.
A tweet shows a breathtaking view of a lake – a photo attributed to the 34-year-old royal who visited Australia with his wife, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex. The photo was posted by Kensington Palace on Instagram stories.
The lake can be found in the Abel Tasman National Park in eastern Tasmania, Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex flew to the national park in a Royal New Zealand Air Force NH90 helicopter.
At the national park, they learned about local conservation projects. They were given a traditional welcome by locals, who performed songs, prayers and hongis (nose kisses).
Day 15 #royaltour & we’re in Auckland🇳🇿!H&M will:— Emily Andrews (@byEmilyAndrews) October 29, 2018
- Fly to Auckland & dedicate @QueensCanopy plus welly-wanging/gumboot-throwing!
- Visit Pillars which supports kids who have a parent in prison.
- Public walkabout Viaduct Harbour
- Reception @jacindaardern Auckland War Memorial pic.twitter.com/mn7gS2f8aO
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GRATEFUL FOR THE VISIT
Prince Harry, known for his friendly personality, even made a funny remark during the visit. “From my wife, myself and our little bump, it's a blessing to be here,” he was quoted as saying.
It was a rainy day, so the royal couple was wrapped up in puffer jackets and scarves.
Gorgeous pix from Tim Rooke in Abel Tasman where Harry said:”From myself, my wife & our little bump, we are so grateful to be here.— Emily Andrews (@byEmilyAndrews) October 29, 2018
“We bring blessings from my grandmother the Queen & our family.We are so grateful for your hospitality & the workto look after this beautiful place” pic.twitter.com/zAt35A5dSL
"We bring blessings from my grandmother the Queen and our family. We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work you do to look after this beautiful place," Prince Harry added.
Holding hands, the couple strolled along the beachfront, ate barbecue and discussed conservation efforts with a ranger.
It was quite rainy on Abel Tasman as Harry & Meghan arrived and walked onto the grass canopy for the welcome ceremony pic.twitter.com/BOZKclxnR7— Emily Andrews (@byEmilyAndrews) October 29, 2018
After the tour ended, Harry and Meghan boarded their helicopter and left with numerous gifts, including a large colorful tote bag and a knitted blanket.
"They have had a hectic tour and we really want them to come here and chill out with us with no pressure and no stress," chief elder Barney Thomas said after the visit. "They are such down-to-earth people, and we want them to be part of the family. I was saying there are two of you and there will be three of you soon."
The couple, who tied the knot on May 19, 2018, has been at the center of media attention in recent months. Their wedding has been such a spectacle that they reportedly received $9 million worth of gifts from various companies and individuals. They are said to be returning these gifts, though, for fear for the givers making a commercial gain out of it.