Meghan Markle and Prince Harry received a warm welcome in Melbourne on the third day of their Down Under tour.
The royal couple, who announced on Monday that they are expecting their first child, arrived hand in hand to meet the fans gathered in the gardens of the Royal Botanical Garden of the city on Thursday morning (Australian time). A lucky young woman even received a giant hug from the 34-year-old prince, which made her break into (very happy!) Tears.
Meghan, 37, arrived in a navy blue dress (the same color she wore at the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie on Friday!) From Australian designer Dion Lee and matching suede heels, and she wore her outfit with a Martin Grant coat – the Exactly one he used just two days ago in Sydney!
After opting for a low ponytail yesterday, he returned to an inflatable explosion for the exit.
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Of course, the future mom will make sure to shake hands with the children who attend.
After meeting with the fans, Meghan and Harry went to the Government House for the reception of the Young Victorian Leaders.
Just three days after their tour, Harry and Meghan have already given their fans a series of memorable moments. After arriving in Dubbo yesterday, the prince greeted Luke Vincent, 6, of the Buninyong Public School, and the boy jumped into his arms in search of a giant hug before caressing his face playfully and pulling at his beard. While Harry was laughing at the encounter, Meghan quickly approached to meet the young animated fan and was also greeted with a warm hug.
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Prince Harry also found a young real fan wearing a shirt that said "Girls can do anything" in Sydney, which looked a lot like his wife!
"We feel it looks a little like you," one person in the crowd who tells Meghan in a video posted by Harry_Meghan_Updates on Instagram is heard.
The Duchess of Sussex replies: "I was literally about to say the same thing!"
Then, Harry took a fan's phone to take a picture of Meghan with his mini-me, a rare move for the prince, who generally sticks to the actual protocol of not having autographs or selfies.
After greeting the fans in Melbourne, Meghan and Harry went to a reception with the local government.
They will finish the third day of their full 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, cleaning the beach with children from local schools.