Kangaroo on the menu for Harry and Meghan Down Under

The beer has been described as ‘marriage in a can

The beer has been described as ‘marriage in a can

Prince Harry and Meghan announced that they are expecting their first baby together earlier this week, and the mum-to-be showed her blossoming baby bump for the first time during the event in Melbourne.

However, if you're Meghan Markle, you'd whip up a quick banana bread for your engagements the next day before even thinking about putting your feet up.

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex is already proving to be a natural with kids.

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan during a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia.

"She'd never seen cotton used in flower arrangements before so when someone handed her a bouquet with cotton in it she turned to one of her minders said how attractive it was", she said.

"Oh, you're going to get me in trouble", he said, per The Sydney Morning Herald.

"I made it with pasta and dipped them in gold paint and threaded the string through", he told news.com.au.

"You must not silently suffer and, if I may speak personally, we are all in this together, because asking for help was some of the best decisions I ever made".

Asked how she felt about the prospect of Australia becoming a republic, she said: "I'm dead against it".

Pupils from Trinity Grammar forgot to remind Prince Harry and Meghan about the loud noise generated by the miniature cars.

Then he read her sign and realized he couldn't NOT hug her.

After the public meet-and-greet, the couple spent some time with the Victorian Governor Linda Dessau in an official reception at Government House, where the Duchess of Sussex stole the hearts of local sports fans by handballing a football used in the Australian Rules game.

Prince Harry shared a sweet moment with a royal admirer on Thursday.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to make 76 appearances on their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

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