During the tram ride, Ella also asked the former Suits star what she likes to do in her spare time, with Meghan sharing that she enjoys "relaxing and watching TV shows", but when asked to name her favourite, she noted, "There's heaps, I can't think of a specific one".
The Duchess of Sussex has been presented with her first ever tiara. While visiting, the royal pair were entertained by the "F1 in Schools" team who put on a toy auto race display, even giving the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a chance to play.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are having a baby - a very lucky baby who (at 12 weeks old) is already living a better life than any of us normals ever will.
"It was my idea ... Mum helped me thread through the necklace".
Arriving outside Government House with his mother and his two-year-old sister, Gavin's sign reading "I made you a necklace" luckily caught Duchess Meghan's eye in the crowd - though his pilot's costume probably did not hurt either.
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After talking to locals about environmental issues, Prince Harry and Meghan met members of the Australian Lifeguard Service, including Sebastian Top.
The duchess brought with her for tea a homemade loaf of banana bread that she reportedly made in the kitchen of the Admiralty House in Sydney, where she and Prince Harry are staying.
On Wednesday Luke had been waiting for the royal couple for hours, and in a heartwarming moment, the kindergartener dove straight in for a cuddle with Harry as the royal bent down to greet him.
Social media has gone into overdrive after the five-year-old hugged the royal couple and adorably touched the Duke of Sussex's beard.More news: Koscielny Calls Time On France