Meghan Markle poised to make pasta jewelry a trend

Lawrence Kim
October 19, 2018

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very welcome visitors" the group said at the start of the trip, pointedly adding that "Australians of all ages know the difference between this wonderful event and the questions of our nation's identity and future".

Though Meghan Markle's Australia tour accessories are all we can seem to talk about (pasta necklaces, Princess Diana's earrings, oh my!), Prince Harry's new duds aren't lagging too far behind.

It was a busy day for the Duke and Duchess.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to make 76 appearances on their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. "He said 'Hello young man.' And Luke just said, 'Hello Harry.' And Prince Harry graciously realized that his language is limited".

"I was literally just about to say the same thing!"
While Meghan showed a keen interest, she wasn't prepared for the sudden blast that greeted her. Cue puff of smoke and - much to Harry's amusement - a giggly yelp not unlike Julia Roberts's jewelry box moment in Pretty Woman.


"Can I take a photo of the two of you?"


"It was more than what I imagined, it happened in such a flash, just unbelievable", Jasmine said.

Meghan, who is four months pregnant, tried her hand at Australian Football League (AFL) with a handball, appearing quite natural even though she wasn't dressed for sport in towering Manolo Blahnik stilettos on the lawns of Government House. And on Friday, Meghan had a particularly early start, revealing that she woke up at 4:30am.

"They then took a ride on a tram where they were quizzed on baby names by local pupils!"

It is not the first time the Royal couple has spoken about their future child during their tour Down Under.

Lifeguard Sebastian Top found himself the focus of Prince Harry's attention during the royal visit to Melbourne.

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