Meghan's first look of the day was a sleeveless navy-blue asymmetrically-folded A-line dress by Australian designer Dion Lee, from an upcoming collection that was available for pre-order following Meghan wearing it.
"I love everything they stand for".
Some royal watchers had speculated that it may be a gift from his wife the Duchess of Sussex, following news she is pregnant with their first child, while other suggested it was liked to the upcoming Invictus games.
"That's what makes pieces special, the connection you have to them".
A teenage girl cried tears of joy and threw her arms around the prince as she clutched a hand-written banner with the words: "Been here since 4am".
Ella Burns, another 12-year-old pupil, added: "She said that she hadn't thought of one as it was still quite early".
"I made it with pasta and dipped them in gold paint and threaded the string through", he said.
It's only fair that Meghan helped Williams boost sales: She's just returning the favor after the athlete promoted Together: Our Community Cookbook, which the duchess has taken on as her pet project.
After the public meet-and-greet, the couple will spend some time with the Victorian Governor Linda Dessau in an official reception at Government House, before heading to a restaurant that mentors indigenous chefs.
Prince Harry continued to joke that he thinks they should get one of these racing tables in Buckingham Palace even though, I'm not sure that would go down too well with Meghan.
Markle and Harry will be on their royal tour until October 31.