Australian boy's heart-melting hug for Royal couple

Lawrence Kim
October 18, 2018

It seems fitting that wherever he goes, Prince Harry keeps his mother close to him wearing a bracelet he acquired shortly after her death.

Welcome to today's live coverage of Day Three of the Royal tour of Australia.

Meghan and Prince Harry smell traditional native Australian ingredients during a visit to Mission Australia's restaurant, Charcoal Lane.

Lee said he was thrilled that the Duchess chose to wear one of his designs and said she perfectly embodies his brand's ethos.

On arrival at Dubbo airport, the couple appeared delighted when 5-year-old Luke Vincent, who has Down Syndrome, hugged them both and ruffled Harry's hair and beard.

MEGHAN Markle seems to have captivated Australians in her short stay down under - but back home, trouble is brewing with an influential broadcaster labelling her a fake and a phoney.

VideoA look at the best moments from day two of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Pacific tour as they arrived in Dubbo and met the local community.

The pregnant American former actress and Prince Harry, got their hands dirty throwing cotton seed onto hay used to feed the cows because of a lack of pasture.

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She gave Meghan a large Teddy bear.

Morgan's hosts teased him about Meghan ignoring him one night they crossed paths in London, but he said that had nothing to do with it. "I'm not sure I did it right!", she added.

Meghan Markle has confirmed while on a royal tour of Australia that she's the type of guest anyone would like to invite over.

The two-week tour coincides with the third Invictus Games, an global sporting competition for wounded veterans and members of the military created by Prince Harry in 2014.

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