The most adorable moment of the royal tour so far

In 2017, Prince Harry met Daphne Dunne while on a walkabout on Circular Quay in Sydney, Australia.

WINDSOR, ENGLAND - JULY 26: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attend the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club on July 26, 2018 in Windsor, England.

Prince Harry and Meghan have arrived in Dubbo, where they have been greeted by local officials - and a bunch of schoolchildren who jumped up and down as their plane landed. "You have just lived through two years of drought".

"But you need to know that part of being strong and tough is having the courage to ask for help when you need it".

Harry then proceeded to break royal protocol by taking a picture of Meghan with the little girl on the fan's phone.

For the 15,000 strong crowd, the visit was a desperately needed boost to morale. "It's great to be back in Australia, and especially even more so, this is my wife's first trip here, so I'm very excited to show her this incredible country of yours", he said.




The much-needed rain began to fall about 10 minutes before their arrival and only got worse as they viewed stalls at the picnic in Victoria Park. But one elderly woman in a wheelchair stood out to the prince.

Samantha, who is on holiday in Ireland after a visit to the United Kingdom where she tried and failed to arrange a meeting with Meghan, said: "I would hope that - for the sake of the baby, the family, the world and my dad - that leaving him out of the statement was not intentional".

The day was one that seven-year-old Sienna Blackhall will never forget, she says despite the torrential rain she felt exactly like a princess after meeting the royal couple.

The royal family announced Monday the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be welcoming their first child in spring 2019.

"I heard the good news this morning", Daphne continued, referencing the announcement that Harry and new wife Meghan Markle are expecting their first child.

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