Nothing brings a smile to the prospective royal parents, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who look like children.
During a reception in Sydney on Sunday, the sixth day of their actual tour, Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, met with members of the Kookaburra Children's Foundation, which offers support for children whose families have been affected by mental diseases.
The couple, who are expecting their first child together this spring, crouched down to play with the children, who exhibited various toys and games for their real visitors.
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Also at the afternoon reception, held at the Pavilion restaurant and hosted by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, were the Invictus competitors and their family and friends. For the occasion, Meghan dressed in a black turtleneck and black jeans with a white pinstripe blazer from L'Agence and black lace-up Deneuve shoes from Aquazzura. Harry, who has been coordinating a bit with his wife, wore a gray blazer and black pants with brown suede shoes.
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Earlier in the day, Harry awarded medals at an en-route cycling event at the Invictus Games, which is a focal point of his journey. Meghan did not attend because she has been reducing her commitments for a few days as she enters her second trimester.
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"After a busy program, The Duke and Duchess decided to cut back The Duchess program for the next two days, before the last week and a half of the tour," a source said. Daily mirrorIt's Russell Myers, Hello!It's Emily Nash Y SunIt's Emily Andrews.
Meghan is "feeling good but resting," said one source, according to Hello!It's Nash The goal is to "just try to control things for her," according to one source.