The traditional welcome ceremony for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take place from 6pm-6.45pm tomorrow followed by a royal wave from the GPH balcony.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they were having a baby at the start of their tour in Australia on Monday, and now the Prince has made a shocking revelation to fans about the sex of their child.
"The Invictus Games celebrates the healing power of sport and the fighting spirit of our wounded, injured or ill servicemen and women", she said in a statement.
For the remainder of the first week overseas, Markle will reportedly continue to reduce her engagements.
Prince Harry stepped out solo for the first time since the tour began in Australia last Tuesday.
It saw the first Gold Medal of the Games go to France but it also signified The Duchess of Sussex's first medal presentation - offering up the Silver Medal to the Australian team.
The couple had a busy Saturday, starting off with the opening of an extension to the Anzac memorial in Hyde Park, then on to Cockatoo Island to watch the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge as part of Invictus.
Meghan is at least 12 weeks pregnant and the schedule on the royal tour has clearly had an impact on her. "I think this is a new phase in every woman's life, and I hope hers is as unbelievable as she wants it to be".
They're not even half way through their tour, which carries on with engagements in Fiji and Tonga, before they will make their way back to Sydney for the closing ceremony of the Games.
The mother-to-be opted to rest following a late night on the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House, after an electrical storm delayed the launch event for the Games.
"Harry asked us which of our parents are in the military so we put our hands up", said Lincoln, 8, who was with his brothers Lachlan, 10, and Charlie, 6.