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Prince Harry and Meghan greet crowds, get sporty and go to the beach in Melbourne on day 3 of royal tour

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Prince Harry just revealed one of his favourite baby names

Prince Harry and wife Meghan may have only just announced they are expecting their first royal baby in the spring, but the doting dad-to-be is already talking baby names, as he revealed one of his favourites during a walkabout in Melbourne on Thursday. After spending 25 minutes talking to well wishers and accepting plenty of sweet gifts including cuddly toys, flags, newspaper cuttings and handmade trinkets, the Duke and Duchess stopped to meet five-and-a-half-month-old Harriet Bonaddido and talk to her mum, Jessica. Prince Harry seemed to love meeting little Harriet The 28-year-old mother said: "As soon as I introduced my daughter

Meghan shows first hint of blossoming baby bump in Melbourne

The Duchess of Sussex proudly showed her blossoming baby bump for the first time on the third day of her royal tour in Melbourne on Thursday. Until now, the mum-to-be has been dressed in loose-fitting shirts and coats, but the chic Dion Lee dress she wore during a day of engagements showcased her neat bump to perfection. Meghan looked gorgeous in the navy ‘Folded Sail’ dress from the Australian designer’s pre-fall 2019 collection, which features a wrap front, cinched-in waist and elegant A-Line skirt with folded detailing. Once she removed the Martin Grant trench coat she had donned for her

Video: All the highlights from Harry and Meghan’s third day in Australia

For the third day of the royal tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Melbourne, where they began their day meeting crowds at a public walkabout at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne. Next the pair arrived at Government House to meet with community leaders. Here they met a group of ambassadors from This Girl Can, which aims to get more women involved in sport, and members of Australia's armed forces. Later they received a cooking demonstration at a local social enterprise café, where foodie Meghan must have been in her element. See all the highlights from their

Proud Camilla surprises son Tom Parker Bowles on special night out

The Duchess of Cornwall was every inch the proud mum as she stepped out to support her son Tom Parker Bowles on Wednesday evening. Camilla joined her son at Fortnum & Mason’s flagship store in London to celebrate the launch of his new cookbook, called Christmas & Other Winter Feasts. The 71-year-old, who looked stylish in a blue skirt suit, joined VIPs in the store’s Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, where she sampled recipes from the book and enjoyed a glass of red wine. As well as spending time with her son and daughter-in-law, Sara Parker Bowles, Strictly Come Dancing fan

Meghan Markle surprises by taking out her mobile phone during engagement

At the end of day three of their royal tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepared to leave Melbourne as they were greeted by officials before stepping back onto the plane. As ever, Meghan looked stylish dressed in a classic Martin Lee trench coat and navy dress by Australian designer Dion Lee, but as well as a chic clutch bag in her hand, eagle eyed royal fans also noticed that she was holding onto her mobile phone too, as seen in a picture posted by Gorvernor of Victoria's Twitter account. No doubt Meghan was preparing to catch up with her family and

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recreate Prince William and Kate Middleton's Sydney Harbour Bridge pose

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are taking Australia by storm! The royal couple, who announced their baby news to the world on Monday, have been wowing their fans down under over the past few days by making visits to local landmarks - including Sydney Opera House. On Tuesday, Harry and Meghan posed for a rare loved-up picture, recreating one of Prince William and Kate's photos in front of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. It's not surprising that the now-deleted picture, taken by New South Wales Government, has since gone viral on social media. Prince Harry and Meghan at Sydney

Meghan Markle gifted her first tiara during royal tour of Australia - VIDEO

The Duchess of Sussex has been presented with her first ever tiara. Meghan, who has only worn a tiara in public once before at her royal wedding, was gifted a very sweet toy tiara as she visited Albert Park Primary School in Melbourne, Australia. As Prince Harry and Meghan were greeting some of the 600 pupils at the school, the Duke picked out six-year-old Annie from the crowd after seeing her holding a bunch of flowers and a toy tiara. "Are they for her?" he asked the little girl, gesturing to his wife Meghan. The Duchess came over and after

Meghan Markle reveals her one weakness and it might surprise you!

Meghan Markle revealed her "achilles heel" on the third day of the royal tour of Australia on Thursday. While attending the second engagement of the day - a reception given by the Governor of Victoria at Government House - the Duchess of Sussex was briefly distracted by a golden Labrador dog, and stooped down to give him a stroke. After making a fuss over him, she joked to one of the guests: "Everyone knows [dogs are] my Achilles' heel!" Loading the player... var track = function (evt_name) {

Prince William and Kate Middleton host surprise reception at Kensington Palace - exclusive details

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be dazzling fans in Australia, but that hasn't stopped the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge from drawing attention back in London. The royal couple hosted a surprise engagement at their home in Kensington Palace for the finalists of this year's BBC Radio One's Teen Hero Awards. According to Court Circular, Prince William and Kate "gave a Reception at Kensington Palace for the finalists of BBC Radio One's Teen Hero Awards." Prince William and Kate hosted a reception at their home on Wednesday It is thought that the royal couple welcomed teenagers - Lily Rice, Junior

All the adorable baby gifts Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have received on royal tour

Day 4 of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal tour: Bondi Beach, yoga, surfing and more

They couldn't go to Sydney without visiting one of the city's most famous tourist spots – Bondi Beach. And on Friday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kicked off the fourth day of their royal tour with an appearance at the Aussie landmark. The Duke and Duchess met a local surfing community group known as OneWave, which raises awareness for mental health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging way. The royals took part in a 'Fluro Friday' session where people of all ages share their experiences of mental health issues. Harry's pregnant wife Meghan looked in her element, chatting away

Prince Andrew reveals the sweet reason behind Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding bags

The York family are known for their humanitarian work and between them they support many good causes. And what's more, one charity close to their hearts - Women's Interlink Foundation - was involved in making Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding day that extra bit special by creating the goody bags given out to guests attending their big day. On Thursday, nearly a week on from the second royal wedding of the year, Prince Andrew took to his official Instagram account to open up about the family's relationship with the charity, which later inspired them to set up their

Princess Tessy of Luxembourg represents herself in court during Prince Louis divorce battle

Princess Tessy of Luxembourg represented herself at the High Court in London this week, where she put forward her case in an hour-long speech. Tessy, who split from ex-husband Prince Louis last year, faced senior barrister James Ewins QC and his legal team, who were representing the prince. The Daily Mail reports that Tessy addressed Mr Justice McDonald in English, despite being a native Luxembourgish speaker. Outside court, the mother-of-two would not say why she hadn't employed lawyers in her battle over how the ex-couple's fortune would be split. Mr Justice McDonald is expected to give a decision on how