Banana bread, cakes and why Meghan has gone down a treat in Australia
19 October, 2018, 10:32
The pair are next returning to Sydney, Australia, where they started the tour, for more engagements before a four-day break next week. She was lucky enough to even receive a hug from the Prince.
Australia's newest favourite royals did not disappoint.
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Their first stop on Friday Australia time was one of the continent's most famous landmarks, Bondi Beach, where a pregnant Meghan, 37, stepped out in a chic olive-and-brown striped dress designed by Martin Grant, which she pared with lace wedges.
"Harry said "it took me not six months, but 18 months to find the right person to speak to; you're not going to find the right person to speak to straight away". The Prince approached the girl, who broke into tears as she told him that she has been a fan since she was eight years old.
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The Duchess of Sussex, who is about 12 weeks along, also spoke out about her pregnancy, saying it was "like having jet lag without actually traveling".
"It was more than what I imagined, it happened in such a flash, just awesome", Jasmine said. They also visited the Royal Botanic Gardens, a cafe and a school.
Harry and Meghan were inundated with gifts, including many presents for the baby who is due in the northern Spring.
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