Meghan Markle Shows First Signs of Royal Baby Bump

Meghan Markle Shows First Signs of Royal Baby Bump

Kerry Wise
October 19, 2018

Harry stopped by to give her a hug, leading her to cry tears of happiness.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Dubbo's Victoria Park to thunderous rounds of applause as the heavens opened over the drought-stricken city.

Williams, who attended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding back in May, has previously commented on her relationship with Meghan.

The couple announced the news that they were expecting their first child together on Monday, and haven't slowed down since.

On day three of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji, the royal couple took a tram.

Anyway, if it would improve your day to see sweet footage of a lovely kid pulling Prince Harry's beard, you can catch the whole clip below.

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Samantha has been very outspoken about Meghan's relationship with their father, Thomas, but has now told Daily Mail TV she's putting everything in the past as Meghan's pregnancy has changed everything. "I have two dogs with my lovely American wife". "So what you and I can't get away with, my handsome friend can".

Jerril Rechter, who showed the couple around, said: "She did pass an AFL football".

The couple are now on their official 16-day Autumn tour visiting cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. That's a pretty incredible thing for anybody to do.

During a reception at Melbourne's Government House, Meghan was startled when she played with a Formula 1 auto. According to the cafe, the entree consisted of a "mushroom and quinoa nest and chargrilled kangaroo, and main courses of wild boar, saffron risotto and barramundi".

It was prepared by young chefs being trained by the Mission Australia programme, which assists young indigenous Australians into employment, in many cases giving them a fresh start in life.