Published: Thu, October 18, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Prince Harry and Meghan given royal treatment in Melbourne

Prince Harry and Meghan given royal treatment in Melbourne

Royal watchers were quick to notice the Duke of Sussex has been sporting a black titanium ring during his tour of Australia with wife Meghan Markle.

The secret behind Prince Harry's ring has been revealed as a smart ring that tracks his sleep and fitness.

Food, including banana cake made by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, is displayed as Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan visit the Woodley family at Mountain View Farm in Dubbo, Australia, Oct. 17, 2018.

The couple is on a 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific and shared their good news of expecting their first child and the sweet encounter has got people online talking.

Ella Burns, also 12, from Albert Park primary school, said: "She said that she hadn't thought of one as it was still quite early". "I'm not sure I did it right!" she added.

She gave Meghan a large Teddy bear. She did a handball.

The couple also brought with them a box of Fortnum & Mason tea, opting for the Royal Blend to match their status.

Royal tour of Australia – Day Three

"She did pass an AFL football".

The Duke of Sussex, 34, was seen calling over his wife after he spotted Sethunya Gibbons, nine, in the crowd during a walkabout by the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday, asking her 'Do you want to meet my wife?'

One of the larger presents of the day came from Courtney Pistone, 10, who held a large teddy over the barriers and handed it to Meghan for the unborn baby. Indeed, she even participated in some sports drills, despite wearing Manolo Blahnik heels and being a few months into her pregnancy.

A hug from Prince Harry was nearly too much for India Brown.

Pupils from Trinity Grammar forgot to remind Prince Harry and Meghan about the loud noise generated by the miniature cars.

The couple had lunch at the social enterprise restaurant Charcoal Lane, prepared by young indigenous chefs.

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