Prince Harry Wore A Black Ring, Confusing Royal Fans Everywhere

Prince Harry and Meghan get a hug from 5-year-old Luke Vincent at Dubbo Airport after arriving in the rural New South Wales town

Prince Harry and Meghan get a hug from 5-year-old Luke Vincent at Dubbo Airport after arriving in the rural New South Wales town

The royal couple visited the iconic Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, during day three of their royal Down Under tour, where they met with representatives from the OneWave Organization, a local group that works to raise awareness for mental health.

The day ran almost an hour overtime, but that didn't stop thousands of locals staying put at venues for a glimpse of the popular Duke and Duchess of Sussex - if not a hug.

During a reception at Melbourne's Government House, Meghan was startled when she played with a Formula 1 vehicle.

Prince Harry hugging India Brown who had been waiting since 4am.

"She's attractive, she's ideal", Nomikos said afterwards.

Meghan Markle couldn't hide her excitement at receiving a rather unusual gift from a royal fan at Bondi Beach this morning.

They also made a stop at Albert Park Primary School.

"You are the backbone of this country", Harry told the small crowd as Meghan held an umbrella over him - a rare outbreak of rain in a region that has suffered for multiple seasons.

Only Meghan Markle could make a convincing case for wearing a macaroni necklace.

The Duchess of Sussex, who is about 12 weeks along, also spoke out about her pregnancy, saying it was "like having jet lag without actually traveling".

Harry has visited Australia on several occasions before in a royal capacity, but this was Meghan's first time and her first long-haul overseas tour.

It is not the first time the Royal couple has spoken about their future child during their tour Down Under.

Meghan and Harry looked a bit shocked!

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