Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Already Decorating Their Baby’s Nursery

Lawrence Kim
October 17, 2018

According to People, during their stop in Sydney, Meghan and Prince Harry met up with a crowd of fans at the Opera House, where a face in the crowd looked very familiar.

Pregnant meghan memorably helped out to hold Harry's umbrella has he addressed drought-stricken farmers in Dubbo on October 17.

"But you need to know that part of being strong and tough is having the courage to ask for help when you need it".

The Duke of Sussex joked "I've got my wife" as he was offered an umbrella before taking to the lectern at Dubbo's Victoria Park, as Meghan provided shelter from his side.

Little Luke couldn't resist a return to the Duke for a final hug and pat on the head, before the couple headed off to the nearby hangar of The Royal Flying Doctor Service, where they unveiled a new aircraft.

They had earlier visited a farm hit by the drought and Harry recalled his own stay on an Australian farm 15 years ago, where he said he was chased by countless cattle and perfected the Aussie salute of swatting flies.

As they arrived, it started to pour but that didn't stop the prince from addressing the crowd.

"He offered to stay for two weeks so we could have some more of the rain".

School captain Grace Gower said they felt privileged they chose their school to visit, and were also grateful they brought the rain.

It's a natural fit for Harry, who has made championing the cause of veterans one of his principal causes.

"I am shaking, it was incredible, I am speechless", Sovanah said afterwards.

But according to singer Missy Higgins, who met Meghan in Sydney during the royal tour of Australasia, the mum-to-be may be further along than we thought. They will be in Melbourne on Thursday.

Prince Harry and Meghan have touched down in Dubbo where locals are eagerly waiting, with tea cups in hand, for a community picnic with the Royal couple.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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