The 37-year-old royal had been feeling exhausted but has vowed to continue with all her engagements of touring Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.
Onlookers were treated to a tear-jerkingly adorable moment when Meghan and Harry met five-year-old Luke Vincent who dived straight in for a hug with the Prince. Prior to marrying Prince Harry, she ran a lifestyle website, The Tig, that featured recipes.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were jokingly thanked for bringing England's notoriously inclement weather to the drought-stricken Outback town.
The kindergartner, who has Down Syndrome, was so chuffed to meet Harry and Meghan that he couldn't stop himself from reaching out and stroking the Duke's beard.
Mrs Carroll commented on her conversation with the Duchess to the Telegraph, saying: "They both had a little tickle with Ruby".
"When she heard she was coming to a family home, she had to bring a plate, so it was lovely", farmer Elaine Woodley said, referring to a dish to be shared.
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He said no decision had been made and he was simply being open to the suggestion. "I think we have to challenge that", he said. Australia's ambassador in Jakarta has sought an urgent meeting with officials from the Indonesian Foreign Ministry to explain.
They sat down with a family for tea, with the duchess bringing her own homemade banana bread she had reportedly baked the night before.
Heavy rain started falling when the pregnant former actress and her husband Prince Harry arrived at a Dubbo park for a community picnic.
"I know that the school was watching it back here and there wasn't a dry eye back in the school", Van Darrel added.
Meghan and Harry were spotted wearing matching outfits when they boarded their flight for Melbourne from Sydney airport.
The video, taken by Seven News, could be a telling snapshot of how Prince Harry will interact with his new baby.
"I was explaining to Prince Harry about Luke " s infatuation with beards and Santa Claus and he just laughed and said, "How wonderful.' So he introduced him to his wife".
"We have always supported each other, just been there for each other through a lot", she told The Sunday Project.
Harry and Meghan are following in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth who visited Dubbo in 1954 and 1992.