Published: Sat, October 20, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Meghan reveals what her first job was - and you'd never guess it!

Meghan reveals what her first job was - and you'd never guess it!

"I actually think it is incredible that she actually got to meet Harry and fall in love with him".

The Duke and Duchess stopped after Mr de Groot's enormous bouquet of flowers caught the eye of Meghan, causing Harry to joke about the size of them.

After their time in Australia, Markle and Harry will visit Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand to complete their tour. She said she was up at 4.30am doing yoga as she couldn't sleep.

Meghan Markle couldn't be happier to be welcoming her first child with Prince Harry, but as has learned, it hasn't all been easy for the pregnant Duchess.

This morning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went to a cloudy Bondi Beach for an anti-bad-vibes circle (classic Bondi), and behold: this guy's golden trousers stole the show. Meghan, we feel you.

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They have hugged countless fans, posed for selfies - with Harry even acting as photographer for at least one - and enchanted the public with their warm and intimate demeanours.

"Meghan said how she did yoga at 4.30 this morning because of the jet lag. Physical activity like yoga and surfing is so good for healing your mind".

She also used to marvel over yoga on her defunct blog, The Tig, warning her readers that they should "be prepared to fall just a wee bit in love" with the exercise.

PA Wire/PA Images Australia's Governor General Peter Cosgrove gives the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a toy kangaroo - with a baby - at Admiralty House in Sydney on the first day of the royal couple's visit to Australia. "It's made you confident, well-spoken", she reportedly said. The 10-month-old joeys, Meghan and Harry, wedding gifts for the couple from the people of NSW, were unfazed by their royal visitors as their mothers, Wattle and Ruby, munched on eucalyptus leaves.

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