Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Already Decorating Their Baby’s Nursery

Brenda Watkins
October 17, 2018

"Honest, hard-working, and as tough as they come", Harry said.

Then, with Meghan smiling and holding the umbrella, Prince Harry delivered a powerful speech in which he personally identified with the mental challenges faced by farmers and their families.

After cooing over little Ruby, the Duchess spoke to the toddler's mother Emily Carroll, 33, about her own pregnancy. But one elderly woman in a wheelchair stood out to the prince.

Now 98 years old, her age hasn't stopped Dunne from getting out into the public to be reunited with her favourite member of the royal family, as well as Meghan Markle, who has been given the official stamp of approval!

The welcoming party included dozens of children from the New South Wales city, 190 miles from Sydney, where Harry and Meghan also met Royal Flying Doctor Service volunteers.

"We can cope with a few months of drought but this has been two years and the hay has already been affected for next year".

She added: "They're both great with kids".

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The Duke and Duchess swatted away flies as they met with local farmers on an outback property, where they were told of the impact of the drought and helped out with buckets of feed for livestock.

Meghan looked delighted, while Harry seemed more bemused.

A Dubbo bar went further to welcome the couple - who announced this week they were expecting a baby - by making a batch of "Dubbo Royale" beer.

Named "Dubbo Royale" the beer is a British-style lager that includes a "fruity" US West Coast component to include Meghan, News.com.au reports.

With babies on the brain, Meghan Markle beelined for Aussie singer Missy Higgins during a function held in the Duchess and Prince Harry's honour yesterday at Sydney's Admiralty House. They will be in Melbourne on Thursday.

The couple are on a 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand that their Kensington Palace staff said would not be altered despite confirmation that the former actress is pregnant. The games, founded by Harry, are an global paralympic-style event that aims to lift the spirits of wounded military veterans.

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