The royal couple, who announced they were expecting on Monday, took a tram ride with several school students in Melbourne, Australia as part of their first joint royal tour, and were quizzed by the children about the baby during their brief ride to the beach.
She gave Meghan a large Teddy bear.
A teenage girl cried tears of joy after being greeted by the prince, while Meghan was inundated by gifts and flower bouquets.
"I just think that it's lovely that they got off the beaten track and came out to Dubbo to speak with people affected by the drought", Warren farmer Audrey Weston said.
The duke and duchess then went on to a reception at Government House.
Tfw you’re just not that into colonialism
A day after wearing butterfly earrings that belonged to her late mother-in-law, the pregnant duchess stepped out for an appearance on her royal tour of Australia in a blazer designed by one of her most famous friends, Serena Williams.
"She'd never seen cotton used in flower arrangements before so when someone handed her a bouquet with cotton in it she turned to one of her minders said how handsome it was", she said. "I'm not sure I did it right!", she added.
Pupils from Trinity Grammar forgot to remind Prince Harry and Meghan about the loud noise generated by the miniature cars. That's a pretty incredible thing for anybody to do.
The couple had lunch at the social enterprise restaurant Charcoal Lane, prepared by young indigenous chefs. That day, they also tried chargrilled kangaroo and had a go at Aussie rules football.
Later in the day she switched her high heels for some more forgiving flats.
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The Duke and Duchess just revealed they're expecting their first child this week. The duke and duchess then went on to a reception at Government House.