Daphne Dunne cheers Prince Harry's climb of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex

Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex attend a community picnic at Victoria Park in Dubbo Australia on Oct. 17 2018

He was accompanied by the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Both Harry and Meghan beamed as they joined attendees for the daily Anti-Bad Vibes Circle at Bondi Beach, which the group usually follows up with yoga and surfing.

Prince Harry's biggest fan, Daphne Dunne even came down to watch the flag raising, which 7 News Sydney showed her on a phone so she could watch better. "They (also) have their own fantastic, individual, attractive story".

Harry said at the first launch the goal of the games was to support the rehabilitation of injured troops into our communities and to make sure they're not forgotten.

Britain's Prince Harry, left, Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison, second from left, and Invictus Games representatives climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2018. A former British colony, Queen Elizabeth II is still Australia's head of state despite repeated pushes to end the country's ties to the United Kingdom monarchy. "They are showing that mental health does not discriminate", OneWave co-founder Grant Trebilco said.

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Speaking on Your Money Live, Gosling said that Prince Harry was was an "inspiring" individual with top notch leadership skills.

The games, held from October 20-28, are at the centre of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's tour in Australia.

Veteran Vicky Gosling is a strategic adviser on the Invictus Games, which means she claims the distinction of working for one of the most famous people in the world.

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