Meghan Markle's Half Sister Breaks Silence On Royal Baby News

Toby Graves
October 18, 2018

And it turns out that, by simply sporting the jeans on her visit, the duchess has helped to boost the local fashion house and the cause it supports.

They also brought gifts - home-made banana bread and a solid drenching of rain to the drought-stricken region.

After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle touched down in Sydney, Australia, to kick off their royal tour, Harry spoke publicly about Markle's pregnancy for the first time.

Prince Harry and Meghan, on their first worldwide tour since marrying in May, also visited the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Dubbo.

Luke's school principal Anne van Dartel said she had told the students that they were not to reach out to the royals.

Meghan stepped out wearing the AU$1,800 (£972) shift dress on the first day of her and Harry's tour of Australia, fittingly going for an Aussie designer.

One of the children was an adorable 5-year-old boy named Luke Vincent, who seemed to be infatuated with the couple.

Locals said they had not seen rain like it for about two years - and that such weather was nearly as rare as having a royal visit. Kieasha Ross, 17, said: "Us being Aboriginal girls and her being of a different race and being accepted into the Royal Family shows us anyone can be accepted".

Family member Emily Carroll said: "Meghan told me that she's feeling pretty good so far, which is great, and that she's running on adrenaline".

They sat down with a family for tea, with the duchess bringing her own homemade banana bread she had reportedly baked the night before.

They will also visit New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga and make multiple appearances at the Invictus Games in Sydney.

She said: "I think everybody really just needs to come together and realize this is really important and special for Meg, for Harry, for the child, for all of us, and we need to stop the sparring".

Harry and Meghan are on day two of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific.

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