Prince Harry Made Climbing The 1332 Stairs Of The Sydney Harbour Bridge Look Too Damn Easy

    ScoMo, on the other hand, did not.

    The weather finally turned it on for day five of the Australian royal tour, so what did Prince Harry do to take advantage of the sunshine? He made like every other tourist to Sydney and climbed the Harbour Bridge.

    Flying the flag for @InvictusSydney at Sydney Harbour Bridge #IG2018 #RoyalVisitAustralia

    The duke did so to raise the Invictus flag ahead of the opening ceremony over the weekend.

    The Duke of Sussex, @InvictusSydney competitors and the Prime Minister of Australia climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge to view the raising of the Invictus flag ahead of #IG2018. #RoyalVisitAustralia https://t.co/wVpGZCL06H

    That bloke behind him is Scott Morrison (ScoMo), our newish prime minister, who has trekked Kokoda but never before hiked up the coat hanger.

    The Bridge Climb is a pretty cardio intensive activity where participants have to scale 1332 stairs. It's fair to say he was sweating like a PM on the eve of a potential hung parliament.

    After the climb, while ScoMo presumedly went and had a cup of tea, a Bex and a good lie down, Harry headed home to see Meghan where they entertained Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and his wife Chloe.

    Meanwhile, the Invictus Games kick off on Saturday, so as they say in the marketing material: "Game on Down Under!"

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