Meghan Markle Wears Bump-Hugging Dress on Royal Tour

Geneva Stokes
October 19, 2018

On day three of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji, the royal couple took a tram.

Harry a long campaigner for mental health awareness, also stressed the need for men to get involved in the campaign for women's rights in order to make a "difference".

On her first official royal tour, Meghan Markle disregards the rules and poses for a photo with a little girl who looks just like her.

"But you need to know that part of being strong and tough is having the courage to ask for help when you need it".

For the 15,000 strong crowd, the visit was a desperately needed boost to morale.

And Prince Harry couldn't agree more, adding that he hopes Australian men will get involved in their feminist efforts.

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"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 lovely it was", she said.

"I'm here to give them both a hug and spread the love, it's a day for love", Lizmania told AAP.

Excited Victorians chanted Harry and Meghan's names as they hugged, accepted gifts and shook hands with thousands of delighted fans lined up along Government House Drive.

"You hear people that met the Queen when she came here (in 1954)" said 26-year-old fan Christopher Cundle, "and they are still talking about it now".

Somehow, the Duchess of Sussex found time in the midst of her busy touring schedule in Australia to head to the kitchen to bake.

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