Prince Harry wears 'budgie smugglers' after being goaded by Australian Invictus Games athletes

The Prince pulled the tiny swimming trunks over his jeans after being goaded by Australian Invictus Games athletes.

Game for a laugh, the Duke didn't hesitate when trying on the infamous Speedos – long associated with Oz beaches.

Earlier, sportsmen had him in hysterics as they presented him some budgie smugglers and asked him to autograph them.

A disabled sports presenter and two members of the Australian Invictus team gifted him the pants.

ABC’s Dylan Alcott was later pointed out to Meghan as the culprit for the gag.

The triple Paralympic gold medallist in wheelchair tennis and basketball, said: “One of the athletes, Matt, gave him a pair of budgie smugglers. And he put them on, over his jeans. It looks awesome.

“He said, ‘Shall I put them on?’ We said, ‘One hundred per cent.’

"So he put them on… Good on him.”

Later Harry shopped him in to the mrs.

Dylan said: "I just met the duchess, and he [Harry] said he [Dylan] is the one to blame for the photo. I said, ‘Hey, sorry!’”

He added: "I think it did wonders for him. It looked good. He should make it official.

"I reckon the duchess will love them. But who knows? Maybe not.”

Meghan Markle missed morning appointments in Sydney after Prince Harry told her "to rest".

The Duchess, who is 12 weeks pregnant, was told by Prince Harry to "cut back" and stay at home as he cheered on Invictus Games athletes in Sydney.

She later emerged to attend a reception with Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison at The Pavilion Restaurant.

We revealed Harry and Meghan are set to hire a celebrity nanny recommended by the Clooneys.


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