Zara and Mike Tindall celebrated the new decade alongside famous pals including Rebel Wilson and had a spectacular dance-off.
The Royal couple headed to the other side of the world to enjoy the famous firework display and attended a glitzy party.
Zara, 38, who is the Queen's eldest grandchild and her husband Mike, 41, were snapped on camera enjoying the evening with their famous pals in a glamorous location overlooking Sydney harbour.
Cats star, Rebel, 39, shared multiple snaps of the evening, telling her 6.9million Instagram followers that she rang in the new decade with a "fun gang".
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Rebel captioned the snaps: "We crushed Sydney New Year's Eve!
"We're in the future now in 2020! What a fun gang to celebrate with and thanks to our gorgeous hostess Heloise for throwing an amazing bash with clearly the BEST views."
She then went on to share a video of her engaging in a dance-off with rugby ace, Mike.
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Other guests at the event included Prince Harry's pal, polo player Nacho Figueras and TV host Carly Steel.
Zara, who is 18th in line to the throne is believed to be spending several weeks down under and is believed to be attending the Gold Coast Magic Millions Carnival and Raceday later in the month.
Princess Anne's daughter also revealed she is considering a move to Australia after she retires from competitive equestrian games, which have seen her compete in the 2012 Olympics , where won a Silver medal which was presented to her, by her mum, The Princess Royal.
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Speaking to Australia's Women's Weekly, the mum-of-two said: "Probably not while I'm still competing. It would be a little bit hard commuting.
"But after that… yes, I think if an opportunity came up, we'd definitely think about it."
- Royal Family
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