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.
Excited school children jumped up and down waving Australian flags as the royal couple stepped onto the tarmac.
While enjoying the third day of their royal tour in Australia, Prince Harry and Meghan met with engineering students to try out their race vehicle demonstration - and the Suits alum was in for quite the shock.
The duchess brought with her for tea a homemade loaf of banana bread that she reportedly made in the kitchen of the Admiralty House in Sydney, where she and Prince Harry are staying.
"Who's singing?" Prince Harry shouted, before busting out some dance moves. Speaking about her pets during her engagement interview with Prince Harry, she said: "I have two dogs that I've had for quite a long time, both my rescue pups".
Harry and Meghan then went on to the city's Government House, where they were presented with a display of 150 women showcasing a number of activities, including netball, yoga, boxercise, cricket, cycling and Zumba.
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"I had it engraved on the back, 'To M.M. From M.M.' And I plan to give it to my daughter one day".
Another little one, 10-year-old Courtney Pistone, gifted Meghan a stuffed bear.
Jerril Rechter, chief executive of VicHealth, who showed the duchess around the event, said: "She did pass an AFL football". That's a pretty incredible thing for anybody to do.
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Royal watchers were quick to notice the Duke of Sussex has been sporting a black titanium ring during his tour of Australia with wife Meghan Markle.