Published: Wed, October 17, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Royal tour: Prince Harry gets his beard rubbed

Royal tour: Prince Harry gets his beard rubbed

"It's so lovely you came to see us, thank you".

During their tour of Australia, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were handed a koala plush toy in what might be the first of many gifts intended for the newest royal-to-be.

Then, with Meghan smiling and holding the umbrella, Prince Harry delivered a powerful speech in which he personally identified with the mental challenges faced by farmers and their families.

Mother-of-two Higgins - who also shares a 3-year-old son Samuel with partner Dan Lee - later took to Instagram to gush about her meeting with the Duchess, saying she couldn't wait to one day tell little Luna about her brush with royalty.

Eastern Australia has been suffering through record-breaking dry periods, with some regions in and around Dubbo experiencing several years of drought.

"The rain was a gift", the prince quipped while addressing farmers in one of the country´s hardest-hit drought regions.

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The rest of the world fell in love with them when they met five-year-old Luke Vincent who, after a gentle request from Meghan for a hug, embraced both royals.

Harry and Meghan will be in Dubbo to reveal a new plane for the Royal Flying Doctor service, now celebrating 98 years of flying, as well as visiting a drought-stricken farm. "And when she met Harry she spoke about how much she loved him and so there has to be a child in the making somewhere soon".

"They seemed to understand exactly what we have been going through".

"It´s like a marriage in a beer can", bar licensee Ryan Mackintosh told local media.

Speculation is growing that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first child is due is April after Australian singer-songwriter Missy Higgins claimed that the Duchess is four months pregnant. They will be in Melbourne on Thursday.

The couple arrived in Sydney on Monday for a 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific, just before news broke of their big announcement.

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