Published: Thu, October 18, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Prince Harry helps train dog in Dubbo

Prince Harry helps train dog in Dubbo

Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry were being shown a display by the F1 in Schools team and were given the chance to race two miniature cars during a reception at Government House in Melbourne.

Dubbo: A heart-melting hug from a five-year-old Australian schoolboy greeted Harry and his expectant wife Meghan in the outback Australian town of Dubbo Wednesday, before the royal couple sat down with farmers in one of the country's hardest-hit drought regions. "I'm not sure I did it right!", she added.

Prince Harry and Meghan abandoned their strict schedule and instead spent 25 minutes meeting royal fans.

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

Her parenting advice for the expectant couple was "keep a sense of humour". I want Meghan to be happy and calm and have peace.

Despite her highly-publicised grudge against her sister, Samantha said any ill feelings she had "all went away" upon learning the news.

While visiting the community, Meghan helped feed some cows and joined a local family for lunch, bringing along her own freshly baked banana bread.

Matt de Groot of Australia's Nova 969 was tasked to give a huge bouquet of flowers to the duchess.

In a separate statement, the Palace revealed that Meghan's mother Doria is "very happy about this lovely news" and "looks forward to welcoming her first grandchild".

"Not going to lie - his hands were bigger than expected", de Groot said on Instagram about shaking hands with the prince.

"I made it with pasta and dipped them in gold paint and threaded the string through", he told news.com.au.

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