PREGNANT Meghan Markle showed a hint of her belly while huge crowds came to welcome her and her husband, Prince Harry, to Melbourne.
A real fan even broke down in tears after seeing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and having received a hug from Harry.
PA: Press Association Pregnant Meghan Markle showed off her belly in Melbourne todayIndia Brown, 19, was overwhelmed when Harry noticed his sign saying, "I've been here since 4am, I've loved you since I was 8 years old. "
The couple arrived in the capital of Victoria after spending two days in New South Wales, seeing their namesake koalas in Sydney and savoring a taste of rural life in Dubbo.
Meghan arrived in Melbourne wearing a dark blue suit by Australian designer Dion Lee and a trench coat by Martin Grant while Harry was portrayed in a dark jacket.
The outfit showed its growing pregnancy bump after the couple announced they were waiting for their first child a few days ago.
AP: Associated Press Mum is the designer dress of Meghan who showed off her growing bumpPA: Press Association The couple watched sports activities in the Government HouseAP field: Associated Press Both Harry and Meghan seemed to enjoy their second leg on the third day of their royal tour The couple arrived late for their first engagement after being stuck in traffic.
While in town, they will take a ride on one of Melbourne's trams.
Prospective parents will also take a public walk in the city's Royal Botanic Gardens and watch sports at the Government House.
Getty Images – Getty The royal couple came late to their first engagement in Melbourne after being stuck in trafficGetty – Pool It was all too much for this woman who was overwhelmed by the meeting with Prince Andrew Parsons Harry intervened to embrace the girl who was overwhelmed by emotion after the prince talked to her Reuters huge crowd met Megha pregnant and her husband Harry when they arrived in MelbourneGetty – the dad in the pool Harry talks with the members of the crowd in MelbourneGetty Images – Getty Meghan wears a dress of the Australian designer Dion Lee and a Martin Grant trench coat Getty Images – Getty Meghan was showered with gifts, flowers and cuddling toys as she made her way through the huge crowds. Getty Images – Thousands of people marched through the streets as Meghan and Harry continued their Australian tourGetty Images – Getty The couple is enjoying the third day of their real tour. Game news. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at Sydney airport for their flight to Melbourne. A thousand and thirty fans were parading through the streets hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple.
University student India had a hug from the Prince, despite being against protocol.
It is said that Harry told her: "You'll get me in trouble".
In the afternoon, the couple will take a tram to the beach where they will meet the pupils of the elementary school Albert Park and the president of the Beach Patrol and will help to put order in the boat.
The duke and the duchess are part of a 16-day tour, during which they will see the Invictus games and will travel to New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
Splash News The couple continues his Royal Tour of Australia, directed to Melbourne, yesterday Getty Images – Getty Royal fans await the arrival of the couple at the Government HouseGetty – Contributor Thousands of fans wait to see their parents to be a ITINERARY
Fly to Melbourne for official reception at the Government House
A public walk in the Royal Botanic Gardens of the city
Afternoon visit to the elementary school
Duke and Duchess will travel on an iconic Melbourne tram on South Melbourne beach
Meghan Markle lovingly holds Prince Harry while the backside stains Oz's picnic
They were greeted with hugs and flowers when they arrived in Dubbo a few days after they announced that they expected their first child in spring next year.
It is said that Meghan told fans of the series that "ran adrenaline" while the couple adapted to 76 commitments in 16 days.
The Duke of Sussex said that he and his wife "could not think of a better place to announce the next child" of Australia.
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