Published: Thu, October 18, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Already Decorating Their Baby’s Nursery

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Already Decorating Their Baby’s Nursery

Serena Williams wearing the same "Boss Serena Blazer" that Meghan Markle stepped out in on her visit to Dubbo.

Both Harry and Meghan met 13-month-old Ruby Carroll, the youngest member of the extended Woodley family, and Meghan opened up about her own pregnancy with Ruby's mother, Emily Carroll.

The couple met with the Royal Flying Doctor Service to learn more about the aviation organisation's provision of emergency health services for people living in remote areas.

Duchess Meghan - who is expecting her first baby with husband Prince Harry in the spring - said she had been feeling a bit exhausted but will continue with all 76 of the engagements of her 16-day tour of the Commonwealth.

The kindergartner, who has Down Syndrome, was so chuffed to meet Harry and Meghan that he couldn't stop himself from reaching out and stroking the Duke's beard.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex delighted a long line of school children at the airport in Dubbo, about 300km northwest of Sydney, on Wednesday shaking hands and posing for selfies.

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The 37-year-old presented her hosts with a loaf of homemade banana bread, which is reportedly one of her husband Prince Harry's favorite treats.

They visited a family farm hit by the drought and were told of its impact and helped hand-feed some of the stock. The Duchess enthusiastically replies: "I was literally about to say the same thing", before telling the young girl: "I love your shirt!" "You have just lived through two years of drought", Harry said in a speech during the picnic.

Harry and Meghan are following in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth who visited Dubbo in 1954 and 1992. "We've had families who can't put food on the table, who can't afford everyday basics, who can't afford water to fill their tanks", she added.

While rain in recent weeks has been welcome, much more is needed to fix the economic and environmental ravages of the extended dry spell.

On Monday the pair will go to Queensland´s Fraser Island, the world´s largest sand island, before jetting off to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

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