Royal tour: Prince Harry’s touching speech to farmers in Dubbo


While visiting, the royal pair were entertained by the "F1 in Schools" team who put on a toy auto race display, even giving the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a chance to play.

The sport tends to be way more brutal than American football - no pads - so, luckily she stuck to a ball handling lesson and passed on full contact.

Composed as she is, Meghan Markle isn't immune to the occasional scare!

"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.

Zoe Cartlidge, nine, from Port Melbourne Primary School said Prince Harry did most of the talking and when the couple left the group he told them "you're doing a very good job".

"She even had corgis", Richens said.

The Duchess has also previously shared her fondness for Williams, saying they "hit it off immediately" during their first encounter. The Duchess Of Sussex decided 'on the spur of the moment, ' to bake a banana bread on Tuesday night at Admiralty House, the Mansion Home of the Govenor General of Australia.

She was not able to meet with Meghan in person, although was seen passing a letter, presumably for Meghan, to guards near Kensington Palace.

The pair will then end the day with a final engagement during a visit to South Melbourne Beach.

Fans of Prince Harry and Meghan lined up for hours to get a glimpse of the couple in Melbourne.

The day was one that seven-year-old Sienna Blackhall will never forget, she says despite the pouring rain she felt exactly like a princess after meeting the royal couple. Prince Harry has also opened up about their new addition while spending the day in Sussex, telling part of the crowd: "My name is Harry".