Thousands of people turned out to see the couple, who recently announced they are expecting a baby.
I will be really surprised if one asks me to introduce him/her to Meghan Markle.
The former actress joined Prince Harry in Dubbo, New South Wales, on Wednesday, suiting up in a simple yet chic ensemble of Outland Denim's Harriet skinny jeans in black, a classic white button-down blouse, and J.Crew's Sadie suede ankle boots.
Some royal watchers had speculated that it may be a gift from his wife the Duchess of Sussex, following news she is pregnant with their first child, while other suggested it was liked to the upcoming Invictus games. He then handed a bouquet of flowers to the Duchess before embracing her as well.
The Duchess of Sussex showed off her skills in the kitchen as she whipped up a loaf of banana bread to take with her on a visit to an Australian farming family.
Some members of the crowd sang Stand By Me - a song the couple chose for their wedding service in May.
"It was such a nice and thoughtful thing for her to do", she said.
Pupils from Trinity Grammar forgot to remind Prince Harry and Meghan about the loud noise generated by the miniature cars.
"But the duke said there's never too many bananas", she added. Honest, hard working and as tough as they come, and that resilience, sense of humor and commitment to the land are the qualities that make you unique. She did a handball.
Locals waited from as early as 5am in a bid to catch a glimpse of the couple as they headed to Victoria as part of their 16-day tour, which will also take in New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.
It was prepared by young chefs being trained by the Mission Australia programme, which assists young indigenous Australians into employment, in many cases giving them a fresh start in life.
The Duchess was wearing a tan trench-coat, believed to be by Paris-based Australian designer Martin Grant, and holding a Gucci Sylvie clutch.