Top spots to see the royal couple

Here are five spots where you will increase your chances of sighting Prince Harry and Meghan

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Prince Harry and Meghan arrived in Sydney this week as part of their first official royal tour. Those who want to breathe in the couple’s rarified air will almost be guaranteed an opportunity to do so at the Invictus Games, which is the No.1 reason for the couple’s visit. Here are five places where you might see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Sydney.

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Bunker down at The Botanist, Kirribilli
Prince Harry and Meghan will be meeting the Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lady Cosgrove at  Admiralty House located in the suburb of Kirribilli. Bunker down at The Botanist until you get word that the Royals are in the area. The bar is named after the English botanist who ran a bookshop on the site during the turn of the century. And yes this is the lower north shore darling so put that plum in your mouth when you place your drinks order. If you don’t get a glimpse of the royal duo, order a Sour Grapes cocktail and drown your sorrows amid the

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Head to the Harbour
The itinerary for the young royals includes a visit to Taronga Zoo, where they have added ‘Cuddling baby koalas’ to their wish list. Book a private charter onboard Hamptons Sydney to try and catch a snap of the happy couple as they commute from the zoo to the Sydney Opera House via ferry. The boutique boat has its own top-deck Belvedere cocktail bar so you can lush it up while wielding those binoculars. You can also opt for boat shoes over Blahniks onboard the luxury Sydney By Sail boat, Valentis.;

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Descend on Dubbo
The Duke and Duchess are all set to host a public picnic in Dubbo, which is the gateway to the NSW Outback. Dubbo is Wiradjuri country. And in addition to its rich indigenous heritage, the town has a colourful colonial past filled with bushrangers and laconic Australian characters. The new power couple in the royal family will be following in the footsteps of the Queen and Prince Philip, who visited during their 1954 and 1992 tours. Stake out the Western Plains Zoo or join the free picnic in Victoria Park, where the pair will talk to farmers affected by the devastating drought.

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Get your tickets for the Invictus Games
The Invictus Games was established by Prince Harry to honour the fighting spirit of our wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women. The Sydney Games will attract 500 competitors from 18 nations to compete in 11 medal sports and participate in golf and wheelchair tennis. The word ‘Invictus’ is Latin for ‘unconquered’. There are still tickets available to The Sydney Games, where the athletes will be accompanied by more than 1000 family and friends. Fuel up at Abattoir Blues Café ahead of the games.

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Visit to Bondi Beach
Try and elbow your way through the Royal entourage to get close to the dapper couple who we predict will be taken to see a few standouts exhibits in the annual Sculpture by the Sea. If you’re an Instagrammer looking to increase your following, stage a wardrobe malfunction as the royal pair pass or try and plant a kiss on Prince Harry’s cheek to achieve the royal flush. Clutching your own purple binder might be the key to infiltrating the heavy security presence. Alternatively, hole up at Harry’s Bondi for the afternoon with your 22m zoom lens and sell the picture to a woman’s;




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