Harry and Meghan get wet in drought-stricken Outback town

Luke Vincent aged five took his chance to greet the royal couple and refused to let

Luke Vincent aged five took his chance to greet the royal couple and refused to let go Phil Noble AP

Scott Woodley said: "We've never know it as bad as this but we will get through it". And did we mention that you're also four months pregnant?

Crellin said the couple were adventurous eaters and had given the taste test the thumbs up.

Excited school children jumped up and down waving Australian flags as the royal couple stepped onto the tarmac. Despite the overcast skies, the rain stayed away and a perfectly timed burst of sunshine poked out between the clouds.

Harry and Meghan then went on to the city's Government House, where they were presented with a display of 150 women showcasing a number of activities, including netball, yoga, boxercise, cricket, cycling and Zumba.

Gesturing at the pristine surfaces, Harry said: "You've got a very clean kitchen - is it always this clean?"

The 37-year-old royal had been feeling exhausted but has vowed to continue with all her engagements of touring Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.

Yesterday Meghan gave a shout out to her good friend Serena Williams by wearing a AU$203 grey blazer from the tennis champion's label Serena Williams Collection, along with a pair of skin-tight black jeans by Australian brand Outland Denim for her day in Dubbo.

Another little one, 10-year-old Courtney Pistone, gifted Meghan a stuffed bear. Meghan, of course, was not far behind, watching with a huge smile on her face.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex is hardly likely to worry about Morgan given the reaction she and Harry are getting wherever they go in Australia. She had not seen an AFL... "I'm sorry I'm not in maths class Mrs Olive but I met Meghan and Harry", her sign said. "As a human being you have so much to look up to with them", one young fan who had been waiting since before dawn told national broadcaster ABC.

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