Did Meghan Markle snub Melbourne designers on royal tour?

Did Meghan Markle snub Melbourne designers on royal tour?

As scores of people in Australia line-up to get a glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle now touring the country, it's a five-year-old who has managed to steal all the attention.

"We want all women - no matter how sweaty they get, how red their face is or how good they are - to feel comfortable about getting out there and giving physical activity a go", she said. Speaking about her pets during her engagement interview with Prince Harry, she said: "I have two dogs that I've had for quite a long time, both my rescue pups". "He said 'Hello young man.' And Luke just said, 'Hello Harry.' And Prince Harry graciously realized that his language is limited".

While meeting another fan, Prince Harry had a little slip of the tongue and seemingly gave a clue as to what his first child might be named.

"I didn't expect it to happen because it against protocol".

They also made a stop at Albert Park Primary School. And if you'd rather make like the koala, don't worry - this is the last time you'll hear about the royals from Junkee this week.

Indeed, she even participated in some sports drills, despite wearing Manolo Blahnik heels and being a few months into her pregnancy.

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However, pupils from Trinity Grammar, who have been involved with the programme, forgot to tell them about the noise generated when the cars started.

Harry and Meghan were inundated with gifts, including many presents for the baby who is due in the northern Spring.

Meghan shows off her Australian Football League (AFL) skills.

They then jumped on a tram - but didn't have to tap on - to inspect South Melbourne Beach and speak to locals involved in keeping the beach clean.

The duke and duchess went on to be given a taste of Australia as they had lunch at Charcoal Lane, a social enterprise restaurant in Melbourne's trendy Fitzroy suburb.

In the pouring rain, as his wife Meghan held an umbrella above him, Prince Harry delivered a message of hope, telling the crowd that the best thing about coming to the country was the people.

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