It comes after the couple visited a beach in Melbourne and drought-stricken farmers in Dubbo, New South Wales, as part of their 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
Prince Harry was fascinated by an Aussie lifeguard's big feet.
"I'm here to give them both a hug and spread the love, it's a day for love", Lizmania told AAP.
Australia's newest favourite royals did not disappoint.
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While greeting the fan outside Sydney Opera House, the Duke of Sussex praised the young girl's top which said "Girls Can Do Anything" before asking her if he should call Meghan over.
The Duchess of Sussex, 36, was seen holding her phone with her Gucci bag while departing the city on Thursday, in a photograph shared on Twitter by the Governor of Victoria Linda Dessau. But she hadn't been expecting the loud noise and smoke that came when the cars took off.
"Definitely, just meeting them was pretty special", he said.
They also made a stop at Albert Park Primary School.
Meghan, who is four months pregnant, tried her hand at Australian Football League (AFL) with a handball, appearing quite natural even though she wasn't dressed for sport in towering Manolo Blahnik stilettos on the lawns of Government House.More news: Iconic mp3 player Winamp is coming to your smartphones in 2019
The royal couple is on their first overseas tour of the British commonwealth.
Only Meghan Markle could make a convincing case for wearing a macaroni necklace.
"They then took a ride on a tram where they were quizzed on baby names by local pupils!"
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