Published: Wed, October 17, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

The most adorable moment of the royal tour so far

The most adorable moment of the royal tour so far

In addition to receiving her very first baby gifts, checking out the Sydney Opera House, and meeting Australian heads of state, Meghan Markle's found one thing she probably didn't expect Down Under: a lookalike.

"Prince Harry was gorgeous too, a real charmer", she added. The fact that she could choose anyone in the world and she's chosen Karen Gee on her first day is phenomenal.

The Queen was born on April 21, 1926 at 17 Bruton Street, London.

If pregnancy has affected Meghan's energy, it has not stopped her bringing a new approach to the royal tour.

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on April 21, 1926 at 17 Bruton Street, London.

The Duke and Duchess swatted away flies as they met with local farmers on an outback property, where they were told of the impact of the drought and helped out with buckets of feed for livestock.

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After all, Diana and Prince Charles took their first royal tour to Australia and New Zealand as well.

The young couple, who announced the Duchess' first pregnancy just days before their arrival in Australia, then traveled to a farm owned by the Woodley family, which has been suffering from the effects of a long-running drought in the region.

Prince Harry and Meghan were the kind of guests country people like: warm, caring, genuine and not afraid to get their hands dirty. "When I found out Suits had been picked up for our third season-which, at the time, felt like such a milestone-I totally splurged and bought the two-tone version". "Hopefully next time we see you, we'll have a little one with us". That resilience, sense of humour and commitment to the land are what make you unique.

Dubbo's mayor, Ben Shields, told a newspaper earlier this year: "People keep asking me, 'Why Dubbo?' And I keep saying, 'Of course they'd come to Dubbo.' You don't go to Australia without visiting Dubbo!"

'It must be hard not to lose hope when you endure so many dry months knowing you are powerless to do anything about it, ' the Duke of Sussex said.

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