David Beckham, Harry and Meghan were among the crowds watching the wheelchair basketball finals at the Invictus Games on the last day of the competition.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to Australia from Tonga on Friday afternoon to watch the Netherlands and United States spar off for the last gold medal of the Games at the Quaycentre.
The parents-to-be will go on to the Qudos Bank Arena at the Olympic Park complex for the closing ceremony of the Games on Saturday evening.
More than 500 competitors have taken part in eight days of sports in Sydney as part of Invictus – the Games for wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women.
Beckham, an ambassador for the Games, has spoken of the power of sport.
He said: “I know how sport can change people’s lives, I know how sport has a real power to improve people’s lives in many different ways.
“It’s been such an emotional week for everyone involved. 500 competitors, over 1000 family members is such a special thing.
“These people have lived through difficult situations, and to see them perform in front of such an amazing crowd is really incredible.
“The power of sport really shines through. Life changing experiences, it’s what it’s all about.”
The duke will speak at the closing ceremony before the couple head to New Zealand for the final leg of their 16-day tour which has also seen them visit Fiji and Tonga.