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Meghan Markle's mum Doria is apparently taking baby classes

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hold hands as they arrive at Central Hall Westminster for Thursday evening's charity concert

Prince Harry will return to Queensland next month, the Prime Minister has confirmed, as the newly minted Duke embarks on his first Australian tour since his marriage to Meghan Markle.

The couple will land in Sydney, Australia on October 16, where they will spend nearly a week in the country, before flying to Fiji on October 23 and then to Tonga on October 25.

The royal couple will carry out an extensive 15-day tour across Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and Tonga from Tuesday 16 October to Wednesday 31 October - and while it's sure to be hard work, they'll be stopping at several stunning destinations along the way, many of them honeymoon-worthy. The visit will also focus on the recovery and rehabilitation of servicemen and women through the Games, which were founded by Prince Harry.

The five nurses who attended the award ceremony in London were photographed with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to begin their first royal tour since tying the knot! The Foreign and Commonwealth Office in both Fiji and Tonga also requested the Duke and Duchess' presence.

An official announcement of her stayed was made recently which stated how she has been staying with the couple for a good part of summer in Oxfordshire, Doria enjoy a close relationship with Harry and continues to be a pillar of strength for Meghan.

Next, they'll head to Fiji, where they'll visit Suva and Nadi over two full days.

Nuku'alofa in Tonga, meanwhile, is sure to be different to anywhere else Prince Harry and Meghan visit on their tour.

As far as the focus of the tour is concerned, it looks like the environment and conservation efforts as well as youth leadership are going to be the main topics of discussion.