Well, that's an adorable way to greet royalty.

A hand of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry arrived in the Australian city of Dubbo for the second day of their Down Under tour, and were greeted with a hug from below.

The newlyweds were welcomed at the airport by young students, including a 5-year-old boy who warmly embraced the crouching couple. Duchess Meghan, whose pregnancy was recently made public, he wore a loose white shirt with buttons and a gray jacket over tight black pants.

In Dubbo, members of the royal family visited the Royal Flying Doctor Service aero-medical association, saw how local farmers had dealt with the drought and had addressed members of the public at a picnic in Victoria Park.

A young fan embraces Duchess Meghan, and also Prince Harry, when the royal family arrives in Dubbo. (Photo: Pool, Getty Images)

The newlyweds braved the rain during their stop on Day 2, but Duchess Meghan did not seem to have any problem keeping her husband dry.

She also presented homemade banana bread to the Woodley family at Mountain View Farm, which she prepared in the Admiralty House kitchen the night before.

This tour stop arrives a day after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney and the Opera House. The couple embarks on a 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

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