Meghan Markle Added A Special Ingredient To Her Homemade Banana Bread

Danny Woods
October 18, 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are expecting their first child together, visited the city of Dubbo on Wednesday, where they met students from the Buninyong Public School.

Harry acknowledged the pregnancy in his speech at the welcome reception, saying, "We also, genuinely, couldn't think of a better place to announce, uh, the upcoming baby, be it a boy or girl, so thank you very much". It's great that someone who's bi-racial and American can do this [marry into the Royal Family].

However, if you're Meghan Markle, you'd whip up a quick banana bread for your engagements the next day before even thinking about putting your feet up.

Harry and Meghan have been give a kangaroo and its Joey.

"She said it was very amusing", said Lachlan.

The five-year-old met the royals on their tour of Dubbo this morning, along with a long line of other school children.

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Pru Leith and Paul Hollywood weren't at hand to assess whether it had a soggy bottom, but the Daily Mail Australia reported that the "royal recipe contained chocolate chips and a bit of ginger".

But it was Luke Vincent, who has Down Syndrome and adores Santa Claus, who stole the show, throwing his arms around Meghan when she knelt down to greet him and grabbing Harry's beard when the prince hugged the boy.

Anne continued, "So young Luke handed flowers to the duchess and then she said, "I would love a cuddle" so in he went".

"All you need to do is ask for it - your neighbour, your peer, your fellow farmer is literally right around the corner", he said, noting higher suicide rates in rural Australia.

He added: "I'm really happy for Harry and Meghan and I just hope our family can be involved in some way". "Honest, hard-working, and as tough as they come", Harry said.

The duke and duchess will travel on an iconic Melbourne tram to South Melbourne beach, where they will meet volunteers from a local beach patrol programme.

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