Five-year-old Luke Vincent has stolen the show in Dubbo by stroking Prince Harry's beard as he and Meghan arrived in the regional centre, and brought rain with them. While walking by the Royal Botanic Gardens on the third day of his Australian royal tour, the Duke of Sussex spotted a sign that reportedly read, "Been Here Since 4 am!"
The pair will only spend a few hours in Melbourne, but had a jam-packed schedule that included a meal featuring native Australian foods and a trip to a beach. Add Royal Family as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Royal Family news, video, and analysis from ABC News.
Some members of the crowd sang Stand By Me - a song the couple chose for their wedding service in May.
"You're gonna get me in trouble", Harry joked as he embraced her.
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"Not going to lie - his hands were bigger than expected", de Groot said on Instagram about shaking hands with the prince.
Heading to Melbourne with her husband Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a classic navy dress with stiletto heels, a look we've seen her in a number of times before. While home, he put together a necklace for the Duchess, made of ribbon and pasta, which he painted gold. "But more than anything, I want them to be happy".
They will then follow in the footsteps of Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth during her 2011 visit by taking a tram ride in Melbourne. But she possibly missed an opportunity to wear a Melbourne brand on the couple's short visit there on Thursday.
Locals waited from as early as 5am in a bid to catch a glimpse of the couple as they headed to Victoria as part of their 16-day tour, which will also take in New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.