There is another special lady in the life of Prince Harry, in addition to Meghan Markle, and the two finally met in Australia!
As they left their first meeting and public greetings since they announced they were expectant parents, Meghan and Harry interacted with hundreds of members of the public waiting for them outside of the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday.
As Harry moved down the line, he saw a familiar face in the crowd: the 98-year-old war widow, Daphne Dunne. Previously, he had met twice with the prince, first in 2015, when he kissed him on the cheek and again in 2017.
After greeting her with a big hug, Harry did his best to introduce Dunne, who carried several of her deceased husband's military medals, to Meghan. While they were talking, Dunne stroked Harry's face and took Meghan's hand.
"Congratulations, I think that's wonderful," Dunne told Meghan about the news about the couple's babies, as reported by news.com.au. "It's just what Harry needs."
"I've seen your shoes, they're fine," Harry replied to Dunne. "Did you dye your hair a little pink?"
"It's fantastic," Meghan added. "I'm so happy to finally meet you, I've heard a lot about you, all good things."
"I think it's wonderful, you two," Daphne said before giving the couple some cards and flowers.
"Enjoy the rest of the day," Meghan said. "Hopefully the next time we see you, let's have a little one with us"
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Before the sweet moment with Dunne, the royal couple had been inside the impressive performing arts center in Sydney to see the dance rehearsal.
When they left the Opera House, Meghan and Harry came out of their hands, watching the large crowd that showed great emotion for their long-awaited arrival.
The couple greeted the fans with bright smiles, handshakes and waves as they walked along the spectators.
Meghan stopped at several points to interact with some younger fans, one of whom gave the couple two red roses. Others presented the duchess flower bouquets and a stuffed mini koala.
During the tour, Harry also made sure to spend more time in an area designated for people with special needs, and stopped to take a picture with a young man with Down syndrome.
At the last stop of their walk, the couple stopped to spend a moment with several girls, one who said Meghan was her "role model," while Harry bent down to talk to the young fans.
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While inside the Opera House, Meghan and Harry watched a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 at the Bangarra Dance Theater, an international and island-based Aboriginal dance company from the Torres Strait.
In addition to the stuffed kangaroo, the Ugg wool ankle boots and the Akubra hats that they received at the beginning of the day, the couple also received a gift from the company.
Meghan and Harry began their crowded Down Under tour in Sydney, with a welcome from Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and his wife, Lady Lynne Cosgrove. They then headed to the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, where they met with conservation scientists who are working on efforts to reduce illegal wildlife trafficking.
While they were there, the royal couple also spent time with two koalas and their own babies (also known as joeys) in the institution's breeding program, as well as a Lynx that the zookeepers were drooling because he was "excited to see them. "
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Your 16-day tour will also feature stops in Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
Meghan has become a Royal Walkabout professional since her engagement and marriage to Harry. The first Costumes the actress is known for being warm and friendly while greeting fans, even signing autographs for them in her days before royalty.
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"She's so welcoming, she seemed so easy with the crowd," said a fan who was on his walk near Cardiff Castle in Wales in January.
Harry and Meghan always try to shake hands with as many people as they can, as well as interact with their supporters. During the couple's two-day royal visit to Dublin, Ireland, they conversed with the crowd.
"I'm going to try to shake so many hands at once!" Harry declared at that moment.
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Meghan, who will be responsible next spring, had her 12-week pregnancy ultrasound and "feels good," a real source tells PEOPLE.
Predictions of the names of real babies have already arrived, with names like Victoria, Alice and Elizabeth as the names of the most popular girls, and Alexander, Albert and Arthur for a child.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are "delighted" by the couple, as are Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, the palace says.