Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to go on a world tour after wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to travel the world after their wedding next May.

A visit to Sydney in October is already lined up as Harry will host his fourth Invictus Games.

The couple will also be looking to visit Canada, a key Commonwealth country Meghan has called home for six years. And they have been tipped to visit the future duchess’s native US, possibly lending their support to the Walk of America for injured veterans in June.

Harry, 33, is also keen to introduce Meghan to his AIDS orphans charity Sentebale, set up in memory of Princess Diana and based in the African country of Lesotho.

The pair will visit Sydney in October for Harry’s fourth Invictus Games

The couple will also be looking to visit Canada

But Meghan, 36, is keen to get to know her new home of Britain and will carry out her debut royal duties today in Nottingham.

Harry will introduce his fiancee to causes including HIV charity the Terrence Higgins Trust and the Full Effect youth programme.

Meghan, 36, will carry out her debut royal duties today in Nottingham

A spokesman said: “Prince Harry has spent a significant amount of private and public time in the city and is looking forward to introducing Ms Markle to a community that is very special to him.”

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