The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have thrilled fans in Germany as they went on a walkabout in the hot sunshine before taking a cruise along the River Rhine.
Harry and Meghan shook hands and chatted with an eager crowd outside Dusseldorf Town Hall as they marked the one-year countdown to The Invictus Games coming to the city.
Shouts of "Harry, Harry" could be heard while Meghan posed for selfies with members of the public who stood in the sun to catch a glimpse of the couple on their short visit to Dusseldorf.
The couple's outing on Tuesday comes after they made their first public appearance in the United Kingdom since returning for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee earlier this year.
The MS Rhein Galaxie which Harry and Meghan were expected to be on, set sail down the River Rhine on Tuesday shortly before 3.30pm.
A small German police boat travelled slightly ahead of the vessel.
A number of people, understood to be Invictus competitors and their family and friends, stood on the top deck of the large ship which had the official flags of the games flying upon it.
The couple were understood to be taking a brief sightseeing tour on the boat before heading to the Merkur Spiel-Arena for a press conference at which Harry will deliver remarks.
Delivering a speech at the Town Hall reception, Harry, wearing a suit and white shirt, said he is "filled with such excitement" at the thought of the next Invictus Games having the backdrop of the River Rhine.
"I can't wait to hear the roar of the crowds, to feel the adrenaline of the competition and join in on the laughter and even the tears, happy ones of course, while we get to witness lives being changed right before our eyes," he said.
Harry said he would encourage people to "really lean in" to the games.
He added: "In our most vulnerable moments, encouragement is essential.
"So, I ask that we all do our part to provide space for these incredible servicemen and women to be honest, courageous and true to themselves."
Showing his trademark sense of humour, the duke opened his speech with a few words of German and wiped his brow to applause as he smiled in relief, adding: "That's about where it stops."
He also jokingly asked the people at the small reception whether the beer in Dusseldorf was better than in Cologne, to clapping and nods of yes from those in attendance.
Harry and Meghan were treated to a red carpet arrival at the Town Hall reception, stepping out hand-in-hand to cheering crowds.
Inside, the pair signed a special guestbook known as the Golden Book, which is also believed to have been signed by the Queen during a visit to Dusseldorf in the 1960s, according to a city official.
Harry and Meghan are due to return to the UK for the WellChild Awards in London, where Harry will deliver a speech on Thursday.