Published: Fri, October 19, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Did Meghan Markle snub Melbourne designers on royal tour?

Did Meghan Markle snub Melbourne designers on royal tour?

And the Duchess of Sussex did just that by trying her hand at Aussie Rules football in Melbourne.

The Australian royal tour of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry has turned out to be quite an emotional roller coaster.

Couples who laugh together stay together. 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.

Joanna Richens, who scoped out a front-row position at 6am, said her passion for the royals stemmed from her grandmother.

"She'd never seen cotton used in flower arrangements before so when someone handed her a bouquet with cotton in it she turned to one of her minders said how handsome it was", she said.

The Duchess of Sussex will give birth to her first child in Spring 2019.

He said: "I wanted to come here so badly but my mum said I had to go to school".

They had very few three-pointers to speak of; in other words, they were the opposite of what the NBA is supposed to be today. In fact, not only do they have deficiencies, but they do not even have the tools or resources to resolve those deficiencies.

"My mum's back there so she took a lot of photos", the excited schoolgirl said.

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

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

They will then follow in the footsteps of Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth during her 2011 visit by taking a tram ride in Melbourne.

Her parenting advice for the expectant couple was "keep a sense of humour".

After that, Meghan and Harry dined at Charcoal Lane in Melbourne where they got to taste some local produce and delicious entrees. Yum.

Prince Harry has urged the people of Dubbo battling drought to seek the support they need, saying in his own darkest hours asking for help was the best thing he ever did.

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