Prince Harry and Meghan talk royal baby names on Australia Tour

Prince Harry and Meghan talk royal baby names on Australia Tour

Prince Harry and Meghan arrived at Bondi Beach early this morning on day four of their royal tour on a gloomy day in Sydney.

The royal couple were treated to a demonstration of the RFDS' capabilities and mission, meeting members of the long-running service before participating in a ceremony to inaugurate the new aircraft.

"Woah, I was not expecting that", she then said.

Meghan continues to display sartorial diplomacy on her royal tour, by wearing an outfit by an Australian fashion label for her day in Melbourne.

The Duchess, who is a devoted yogi, looked in her absolute element, chatting to the locals and sweetly taking part in a big group hug.

Schoolgirls Jasmine and Lily got up at 5am to get their prime position and shook hands with the duchess, drawing her over with their homemade sign.

"It was more than what I imagined, it happened in such a flash, just wonderful", Jasmine said.

The Duchess, who is pregnant with her first child, joined surfers and yogis on Bondi Beach for a session focused on improving mental health through outdoor exercise.

Harry and Meghan visited the iconic Bondi Beach on Friday, after their royal tour stopped by Melbourne and Dubbo, NSW.

After lunch at Mission Australia's Charcoal Lane social enterprise restaurant, the couple headed to Albert Park Primary School where hundreds of screaming and jumping schoolkids greeted them.

It was a busy day for the Duke and Duchess.

In the pouring rain, as his wife Meghan held an umbrella above him, Prince Harry delivered a message of hope, telling the crowd that the best thing about coming to the country was the people.

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