Published: Thu, October 18, 2018

Royal tour: Meghan wears Australian Dion Lee dress for Melbourne visit

Royal tour: Meghan wears Australian Dion Lee dress for Melbourne visit

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue their royal tour!

As HELLO! reported previously, Meghan and Harry announced their wonderful news on Monday, shortly after the pair touched down in Sydney for the start of their exciting tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

"They understood how we have been forced to sell so much stock, all of our breeding ewes, and how prices for grain have gone through the roof", Scott Woodley said. I was kind of overwhelmed with emotion [when I heard] and I just thought, I'm letting everything go.

Grandmother Debra Ludvig, who was wearing a tiara for the occasion, left Geelong at 5am to make it to Melbourne for some royal spotting. "It's a red light when people behave like that, in an odd manner.the axe came down, as it did with the dad, axed - everyone of her family. worrying".

"He asked me about my big feet, because I'm quite tall, and he said I must be built for a lifeguard", Sebastian said. "It's handsome and I'm so excited for Harry too". "I would only hope that there would be some adjustment or some way of including him".

Heading to Melbourne with her husband Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a classic navy dress with stiletto heels, a look we've seen her in a number of times before.

Harry and Meghan were inundated with gifts, including many presents for the baby who is due in the northern Spring.

But of course, Meghan's estranged sister Samantha had her two cents to say.

"You are all in this together and, if I may speak personally, we are all in this together", Harry said.

Piers Morgan thinks Meghan is acting on her Australian tour.

Luke's moment went global, with social media users taking to Twitter to show their admiration for him and the royals.

The royal couple were touring Dubbo, in New South Wales, where they met volunteers from the Royal Flying Doctor Service and unveiled a new plane to mark 90 years of the organisation.

But that wasn't the only puppy love they experienced that day!

"Definitely, just meeting them was pretty special", he said.

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