Royals Harry and Meghan go barefoot on Bondi beach

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 19, 2018

The royal couple also visited a school which is focused on improving education of indigenous Australians, and attended a community event in Dubbo, where Harry praised the area's farmers for their endurance in the face of the hardship of the drought.

Prince Harry hugging India Brown who had been waiting since 4am.

Prince Harry and the school students giggled along with the Duchess of Sussex after her startled moment which was captured on camera.

Australia's newest favourite royals did not disappoint.

While greeting the fan outside Sydney Opera House, the Duke of Sussex praised the young girl's top which said "Girls Can Do Anything" before asking her if he should call Meghan over.

There has been speculation that Kitty will be joining Prince Harry and Meghan during their royal tour - which will see them at Sydney's Bondi Beach today - however that isn't exactly the reason for her visit.

"She's handsome, she's flawless", Nomikos said afterwards.

"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".

"So for her to be jetlagged and pregnant must be pretty exhausting", she said.

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.

Only Meghan Markle could make a convincing case for wearing a macaroni necklace.

They then jumped on a tram - but didn't have to tap on - to inspect South Melbourne Beach and speak to locals involved in keeping the beach clean.

Historic snaps of Harry training in the army, strolling with Meghan Markle, and of their wedding day reveal he has barely kept it off his wrist for the past 20 years.

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