Meghan Markle and Prince Harry keep the beach clean, and look stylish while they do it!
The couple, who announced on Monday that they are expecting their first child, continued the third day of their royal tour by visiting Albert Park Primary School and also the beach in Melbourne, Australia.
Before their final outings of the day, the couple made quick changes in the outfit of their previous looks. However, they did not choose the most practical beach attire.
Meghan, 37, took off her navy blue dress and matching suede heels for a black "Miguelina" dress from Club Monaco with her trusty black Rothy flats, a shoe that has been previously changed during her run.
However, she kept her gabardine Martin Grant, which has been a staple of fashion for her during her actual tour.
Meanwhile, Harry, 34, who combined his wife in his previous events with a navy blue suit and a white shirt with buttons, put on black pants and a gray jacket.
The king took off his tie and chose to leave the collar of his shirt buttoned.
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The couple met for the first time with student sustainability leaders and Waste Warriors at the Albert Park elementary school and learned how sustainability programs are integrated into the curriculum before being received by many of the younger students from school.
At a stop along the way from school, Harry gently asked a group of students, who were lined up outside, shrieking, waving and shouting their names, if that's where they went to school. One child ignored the question and, instead, simply told the prince that he looked like his uncle.
Continuing with its sustainable theme, the couple traveled by public transport to their next stop, jumping on one of Melbourne's iconic trams for a short drive from the school to South Melbourne beach.
When they left, the spectators waved to the crowd, while some even stood on their rooftops across the street to take a look at the royal couple.
On board the tram, the royal family interacted with more school children during the fast trip. A few minutes later, they arrived at the beach where they were greeted by another large group of excited spectators.
While on their way to the sand, the couple was greeted by BeachPatrol volunteers and children from the area for a beach cleanup. The organization is dedicated to keeping Melbourne's beaches free of garbage to reduce the negative impact of garbage on the marine environment and the food chain, as well as providing a safe environment for the public to enjoy their local beach.
During the tour, Harry and Meghan were also presented with four lifeguards from the beach.
But the couple did not stay much longer after that and finally went to earth.
After his departure, a teenager, who introduced himself as 15-year-old Milo Thompson, said he was especially impressed with the behavior of the royal couple during their interaction with them in the arena.
"I expected to introduce myself and be really suitable," he said when he met Prince Harry. "But he came and introduced himself, he was calm and serene, and he paid us a lot of attention … they are simple and fun".
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Earlier in the day, Meghan and Harry met fans in Melbourne, gathered in the gardens of the Royal Botanic Garden in the city. A lucky young woman even received a giant hug from the prince, causing her to break into (very happy!) Tears.
After greeting the fans, Meghan and Harry went to a reception with the local government.
While there, the royal couple was shown several sports demonstrations, including a student-designed Formula 1 project, which scared Meghan during her incredibly strong release.
"I did not expect that!" He exclaimed of his rapid takeoff while laughing at his own reaction.
Meanwhile, Harry looked as happy as a child in a toy store, smiling at cars and laughing at his wife's surprise reaction. "I was not expecting that," he teased. Harry even punched when they were invited to try the cars.
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While the guys showed their car project, outside the girls showed their sports skills. Meghan met with ambassadors from This girl can, which is an organization focused on encouraging women to play sports.
During the tour, Meghan demonstrated her athletic ability, throwing an AFL soccer ball and showing her best passing skills.
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Then, they were invited to a cooking demonstration that showed native Australian food in a social enterprise restaurant that offers guidance and opportunity to young Aboriginal people who need a new start in life.
During the demonstration led by executive chef Greg Hampton, Meghan and Harry were able to try some fresh herbs from the area.
Tomorrow, the couple will return to Sydney for the weekend, before making a stop at Frasier Island on Monday.