Every Photo of Parents-to-Be Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Bonding with Kids on Their Royal Tour
Prince Harry bonded with some young Australians while he took part in a traditional Welcome to Country Smoking Ceremony and unveiled a plaque for the dedication of the Forests of KÕgari on Fraser Island.
During a visit to Macarthur Girls High in Sydney, Meghan revealed her first job consisted of "taking out the trash."
The pregnant royal then went on to explain that the job helped mold her into the woman she is today.
In addition to sharing her life experiences, Meghan praised the students of Macarthur saying, "You guys all remind me so much of myself when I was growing up," she told the girls, New Idea reports.
"I went to an all-girls school which was incredibly diverse as well," the former Suits actress continued.
Meghan and Harry met a little cutie while meeting with members of OneWave, a local surfing community group raising awareness for mental health and well-being, on Bondi Beach.
The newlyweds met children dressed as superheroes during a visit to Albert Park Primary School in Melbourne on the third day of their royal tour.
During the royal couple's day of outings in Melbourne, Australia, they hopped on one of the city's iconic trams for a short ride to South Melbourne Beach with student sustainability leaders. Twelve-year-old Charlie Wolf took the opportunity to grill Meghan and Harry on a name for the royal baby.
Meghan kept mum, replying, "We've been given a long list of names from everyone, we're going to sit down and have a look at them."
Ella Burns, 12, told reporters: "She said that she hadn't thought of one as it was still quite early."
Meghan exchanged smiles with a young woman during their meeting with the public in Melbourne.
Harry knelt down to speak to a young girl during his public meet and greet in Melbourne.
While greeting hundreds of fans outside the Sydney Opera House on their first day in Australia, Harry and Meghan met a trio of young girls who gave them flowers.
The couple crouched down to chat with the girls for a few moments.
During a visit to Dubbo, they met Luke Vincent, a 5-year-old with special needs. The little boy, who loves Santa Claus, played with Prince Harry's beard and gave him a big hug.
Harry introduced the little boy to Meghan, and asked if he could give her a cuddle, too.
Harry and Meghan visited a local farming family, the Woodleys, to talk about the drought problems they've encountered and couldn't get enough of one of the littlest family members!
The expectant parents stopped and chatted with local community members and their children during an unveiling of a new airport hanger.
Meghan recieved flowers and notes from a group of excited kids.
The royal pair met with two young fans who presented them with native flowers during their trip to the Taronga Zoo in Sydney.