Meghan Markle and Prince Harry talk baby names on Melbourne tram

Lawrence Kim
October 19, 2018

It makes sense that Meghan might do the same to try and keep the baby bump measuring to a minimum.

Signs screaming "G'day Harry and Meghan" greeted the royal couple, who have received a warm welcome from fans throughout the start of their 16-day pacific tour. Harry then scaled 1,300 steps to the top of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge to kick off the fourth Invictus Games. Mental health is a topic that's important to both Harry and Meghan.

Gifts, including toys, flags and flowers, were given to the parents-to-be as a group sang Stand By Me, the gospel song performed at the royal wedding in May.

Juggling the three roles seamlessly and making it appear effortless, the former Deal or No Deal breifcase girl has talked about her hardworking ethics in the past and made mention of it again on the Royal Tour in Australia, during a visit with youths in Sydney's west.

"I'm so excited, I'm so happy for you and I really, really am sorry for any of the past tension and confusion and misunderstandings and asinine things I've said when I just didn't understand what was going on and I wanted things to work out for my dad", Samantha told the Daily Mail, addressing the Duchess directly.

Lifeguard Jake Nolan, who has previously met Harry on Bondi Beach, said: "He said that he'd met us before - he came by the tower".

"We got them a little lifeguard uniform - mini shorts, mini shirt".

Whilst they were in Dubbo, the royal couple were also given traditional clapping sticks and platypus pins.

Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, took the tram to the beach to meet lifeguards and volunteers that help keep the beach clean.

Despite morning fog, the pair met local surfers enjoying winter swells and sat down on the sand for a long chat with leaders of the OneWave group, which focuses on helping people improve mental health by getting outdoors.

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