Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: 6 things you missed overnight on fourth day of Royal Tour

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have another busy day on their Royal Tour of Australia – these are the highlights

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been enjoying another jam-packed day on their Royal Tour in Australia.

They went to the world-famous Bondi Beach, met pupils at a local school and Prince Harry climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge.

But thanks to the time different, most of us back home in the UK slept through all the excitement.

So we’ve brought together some of the best bits from overnight we think you need to know about today – and there were some lovely moments.

Meghan spoke openly about her pregnancy and revealed she couldn’t sleep, while Prince Harry seemed very excited to be climbing one of the city’s most famous landmarks to kick off the Invictus Games.

So here are the best bits from Day Four.

Meghan got up at 4.30am this morning to do yoga

They’re only a few days into their Royal Tour, but Meghan and Harry have already packed a LOT in.

But despite this the duchess was up at 4.30am this morning to do yoga

When chatting to a woman on Bondi Beach, she explained it’s “so good for healing your mind”.

Meghan and Harry were presented with a rather weird present

While most well-wishers bring flowers or maybe a toy to meet a member of the Royal Family, one Australian had other ideas.

Meghan was presented with a bunch of carrots when she arrived at Bondi Beach.

She looked a tad surprised when she spotted the gift, saying “oh my goodness”.

With a huge smile on her face she thanked the gift-giver, then tapped Harry to get his attention, saying: “We’ve got some veggies”.

He replied: “Fantastic”.

Meghan described what it’s like to be pregnant

When speaking to another mum-to-be, the Duchess said pregnancy was “like having jet lag without actually travelling”.

Charlotte Connell, 35, who is 23 weeks pregnant, said: “The world is going to be a better place when Harry and Meghan’s child and my children grown up if we shine a light on mental health and wellbeing. We need to smash the stigma right now.”

Prince Harry climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge – and looked like he loved every second

The Duke of Sussex’s tour of Australia reached new heights – as he and three Invictus Games competitors climbed the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Under sunny skies, Harry swapped the New South Wales standard for the Invictus flag at the top of the bridge, which sits 134 metres above the water.

The Duke took 13 minutes to ascend the 464 steps to the top of the bridge along the east side, before crossing the central walkway to raise the flag which flapped in the breeze.

Among those joining the Duke and Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the summit of the bridge were three Australians who will be showing what they are made of at the Games, which open on Saturday.

Meghan revealed how she feels about giving up social media

Meghan spoke to resident Jessina Oakes about the impact social media has on people’s self image.

Jennina, 26, said: “She said a really beautiful quote. She said “flattery and criticism run through the same filter”, reports Mail Online .

“She said it was very freeing that she no longer has social media.”

Meghan reveals she “emptied the trash” in her first every job

Meghan Markle revealed how her first job was “taking out the trash” – but told how it made her the person she is today.

As Prince Harry urged men to join the drive for female empowerment, the Duchess of Sussex spoke to teenagers about equality saying she felt “emotional” hearing their passionate views during their village to a school.

Meghan told the group of 14-year-old girls: “You guys all remind me so much of myself when I was growing up.

“I went to an all girls school which was incredibly diverse as well.