Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football

Meghan holds an umbrella as Prince Harry speaks to an outback community in a rare downpour

Meghan holds an umbrella as Prince Harry speaks to an outback community in a rare downpour

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Thousands of people turned out to see the couple, who recently announced they are expecting a baby.

In a video shared on Twitter, Brendan Fevola (a.k.a Fev) explained the stunt, filming Harry's shock when the ringers take off their jackets to reveal t-shirts bearing the radio show's logo, as the prince suddenly begins to hear the choir.

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"He asked me about my big feet, because I'm quite tall, and he said I must be built for a lifeguard", Sebastian said.

It was a necklace made from pasta that he dipped in gold.

The duchess wore an $US873 sleeveless navy blue dress by Dion Lee.

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During a reception at Melbourne's Government House, Meghan was startled when she played with a Formula 1 auto.

Luke, who has Down syndrome, said he gave Harry "two hugs" and gave Meghan flowers when he met the pair at Dubbo airport. That day, they also tried chargrilled kangaroo and had a go at Aussie rules football.

After a hectic day of engagements that included a meet-and-greet in the Royal Botanic Gardens, a school visit, a tram ride and lunch in a Fitzroy eatery, the popular duo's final stop of the day was South Melbourne beach.

The duchess was also on hand to watch Williams play in the Wimbledon final in July.

The couple are due to return to Sydney later this week for the opening of the global sports championship the Invictus Games, which was set up by Harry for wounded military personnel after his decade of service in the army.

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