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Duchess Meghan says she is 'running on adrenaline' during royal tour

18 October 2018

The prince commended resilient farmers for persisting through years-long dry spells as he and the Duchess of Sussex received an enthusiastic welcome and one heart-warming hug on day two of their tour Down Under.

In addition to Sydney and Dubbo, Harry and Meghan will visit Melbourne, Fraser Island, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

The Royal couple are set to visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service first, where they will unveil a new plane.

But Harry and Meghan, and the thousands who turned out to see them at Victoria Park, ended up getting caught in torrential downpours and thunderstorms.

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The school's principal, Anne Van Dartel, said that Luke had been transfixed with Harry's facial hair.

Speaking to one of the family, Meghan did admit that she was feeling a bit exhausted after announcing she is pregnant - but said she was running on adrenaline.

Her name is Daphne Dunne, and the 98-year-old has actually met Prince Harry twice before.

"You know what, it will have a sobering effect on the Markles, I'm sure, and all this family drama, everybody will just sit down and get really mellow and conservative - wouldn't the world love that?" What did you think of little Luke's interaction with the royals?

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Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex sit down with the Woodleys during a farm visit in Dubbo, Australia, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018.

The duchess brought with her for tea a homemade loaf of banana bread that she reportedly made in the kitchen of the Admiralty House in Sydney, where she and Prince Harry are staying. Williams heard of the news too and took to her Instagram to share a picture of Markle in the blazer, alongside a shot of the tennis player modeling the jacket herself.

Meghan held an umbrella over Harry as he gave a speech, acknowledging the hardships the drought brought to the rural community and urging drought victims not to suffer in silence.

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Duchess Meghan says she is 'running on adrenaline' during royal tour