Published: Thu, October 18, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Meghan Markle wows with banana bread on Australia tour

Meghan Markle wows with banana bread on Australia tour

Prince Harry and Meghan were the kind of guests country people like: warm, caring, genuine and not afraid to get their hands dirty.

Royal protocol went out the window on Tuesday as Prince Harry allowed an adorable young fan to rub his beard during the last leg of his and Meghan Markle's tour of Australia.

Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, took in a number of engagements in drought-stricken Dubbo, where it poured with rain as they met crowds.

Meghan and Harry will be heading to Melbourne on Thursday for the next part of their first global tour as a married couple, before they spend a long weekend in Sydney together.

Harry, and his pregnant wife Meghan, were met by local politicians and dignitaries, but it was five-year-old Luke Vincent who stole the show.

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Luke was not shy at all while meeting the royals, walking right over to Harry and stroking his beard.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will start their itinerary on day three of their tour in the urban metropolis of Melbourne, where they will meet members of the public before being received by politicians at Government House.

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Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, arrived with the gift of much-needed rain and cheer on Wednesday for the rural Australian city of Dubbo, where farmers are struggling with a prolonged drought. "You will be continually amazed how life changes for the better", he said to cheers and applause.

The duchess brought with her for tea a homemade loaf of banana bread that she reportedly made in the kitchen of the Admiralty House in Sydney, where she and Prince Harry are staying.

"You have just lived through two years of drought and despite recent welcome rain, it is going to take a lot more and a long time to recover". I said "I love you guys" and I got a hug. "The way that Prince Harry and Princess Meghan interacted with him was just delightful".

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