Published: Thu, October 18, 2018

Prince Harry embraces teenager in Melbourne, breaking royal protocol

Prince Harry embraces teenager in Melbourne, breaking royal protocol

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.

The videos also showed the kid giving flowers to Meghan Markle and giving her a warm hug too.

The tram ride took the royals from Albert Park Primary School, where the couple had visited the school's garden and learnt about their sustainability program, to South Melbourne beach.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend a function at Government House in Melbourne, Australia.

After talking to locals about environmental issues, Prince Harry and Meghan met members of the Australian Lifeguard Service, including Sebastian Top.

The day ran almost an hour overtime, but that didn't stop thousands of locals staying put at venues for a glimpse of the popular Duke and Duchess of Sussex - if not a hug.

Thousands of people turned out to see the couple, who recently announced they are expecting a baby. "I'm not sure I did it right!" she added.

"She did pass an AFL football. That's a pretty incredible thing for anybody to do".


The Duchess of Sussex is a long-time friend of Williams, and her choice of outerwear was a clear tribute to the tennis superstar.

But one little girl had a special moment with Meghan when she presented her with a tiara.

She said: "I gave it to her for the nursery".

"I thought it would be suitable because we didn't know if it was a boy or a girl and both boys and girls like bears".

"I've shaken Diana and Charles's hands, and I saw Harry when he was eight years old", she said.

Prince Harry hugging India Brown who had been waiting since 4am.

After a morning of engagements, the couple headed to social enterprise cafe Charcoal Lane in the trendy suburb of Fitzroy for lunch.

They then headed to a restaurant that mentors indigenous chefs with chargrilled kangaroo and wild boar on the menu, according to broadcaster Channel Nine.

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