Meghan Markle's Half Sister Breaks Silence On Royal Baby News

Clay Curtis
October 18, 2018

"They both laughed when Ruby wanted to walk off instead of playing nicely, but she also spoke about how sad she was about the numbers of people affected by the drought".

Prince Harry and the school students giggled along with the Duchess of Sussex after her startled moment which was captured on camera.

It was part of a sporting demonstration for the United Nations campaign This Girl Can.

While the exact recipe Meghan used for her banana bread has not been revealed, banana bread is one of the most-searched items on Pinterest.

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. Effortlessly, like they've been riding trams all their lives, especially in the case of Markle who even employed the famous 'duchess slant'-the protocol all royal ladies adhere to when sitting, instead of crossing their legs they lock their knees and ankles together in an elegant slant-during the ride. 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".

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"I love everything they stand for".

"I'm not sure I will be good", she said, before giving it a go. She did a handball.

Jerril Rechter, chief executive of VicHealth, who showed the duchess around the event, said: "She did pass an AFL football. That's a pretty incredible thing for anybody to do".

At a private meal, the Royal couple enjoyed a shared entree of mushroom and quinoa nest and chargrilled kangaroo and main courses of wild boar, saffron risotto and barramundi.

The duchess wore navy blue dress by Dion Lee, an Australian brand and a camel-coloured trench coat by Martin Grant.

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