The couple is on a 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific and shared their good news of expecting their first child and the sweet encounter has got people online talking. The Duchess Of Sussex decided 'on the spur of the moment, ' to bake a banana bread on Tuesday night at Admiralty House, the Mansion Home of the Govenor General of Australia.
The Duke and Duchess were at the beach to learn about the BeachPatrol program, clearing Melbourne's shores of litter to reduce the negative impact on the environment and food chain.
"I could not be more excited about it and proud of you", Williams wrote on Twitter at the time.
Used to the often empty words of politicians, farmers in the crowd said they could tell Prince Harry's speech came from the heart. "I gave it to her for the nursery", she said.
"He offered to stay for two weeks so we could have some more of the rain".
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Ms Blatchford was also full of praise for the Duchess, who she says was impressed by one particular country approach to decoration.
Harry and Meghan then went on to the city's Government House, where they were presented with a display of 150 women showcasing a number of activities, including netball, yoga, boxercise, cricket, cycling and Zumba. Videos and pictures circulating all over the internet show the boy casually stroking Prince Harry's beard like it's no big deal before giving hugs to the royal couple.
Jerril Rechter, who showed the couple around, said: "She did pass an AFL football".
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Clutching flowers and waving flags, the crowds turned out to welcome the pair, who were delayed in traffic after flying in from Sydney on the third day of their tour Down Under.