According to the SMH Prince Harry is reportedly staying at the Shangri-La and will be on the harbour and at Kirribilli House on Saturday. Governor-General Quentin Bryce and Prime Minister Tony Abbott will chaperone the royal, who is expected to meet and greet the public at some point during the day – stay tuned.
Rescue is giving away all the gossip of where you can see charming Prince Harry.
Everyone’s favourite ‘playboy Prince’ is preparing for a whirlwind trip to Sydney for this weekend’s International Fleet Review. Naturally, much is being made his 24 hours in Sydney with a day packed full of appearances. So where can you spot our favourite raven-haired royal? Read on…
It is expected that upon landing in Sydney, Harry will immediately report for duties relating to the Fleet Review, inspecting the some 40 war ships that will gather at Sydney’s harbor.
Fairfax Media are reporting that after these more official proceedings, the Prince has requested to have, “some level of public interaction” and will thus be doing some sort of walk-through in the city. Rumour has it Sydney Opera House was originally going to be the site for a bit of a meet-and-greet, but has now been reevaluated, leaving both Mrs Macquarie’s chair and the Rocks in consideration, with Buckingham Palace having final approval.
Following this, Harry will be headed to Kirribilli House for a Saturday afternoon soiree with Tony Abbott, his two of his now-famous daughters, and a hand-picked list of young Australians.
While UK reports confirm that this will be about it for the Prince, there is some speculation that he may also spend some time socialising. After all, his latest squeeze, model Cressida Bonas, once waited tables at Mrs Sippy and thus has a huge circle of Aussie friends who we’re sure would be ready to party with a Prince.