On October 18, their Royal Highnesses will fly to Melbourne where the day will begin with a short walk to Government House, meeting members of the public along the way, before attending an official Reception at Government House.
The royal couple are now on a tour of the United Kingdom, yesterday visiting Brighton, Chichester, Bognor Regis and Peacehaven.
"I have always tried to learn how to knit", she told the room.
She was seen reaching out to hold the girl's hand and speaking to her for some time.
Amanda's daughter Amelia said she was "starstruck" when the prince came over to her.
Meghan added: "And they keep getting her name wrong!" before the pair realised it was a drawing of Guy instead.
"I started to cry as I was a bit upset, but I wasn't hurt".
"She took my hand and said "Are you OK?' I said 'yes" and she said: 'It's going to be OK'".
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Dianne Austin and Valerie Feniuk from Shoreham were also among the crowds in Brighton yesterday. I hope they enjoyed their day and were impressed with all they saw and hopefully they will be back to visit us very soon.
There are less than two weeks before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex touch down in Australia for a whirlwind trip down under, as well as New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
Samantha began her rant by claiming that her relationship with Meghan was strained before she started talking to the press. She is more than just upset about Samantha attacking her mother's parenting abilities.
Harry spoke of his love for his wife and how "very happy" he was.
Lee Kenney, from Lancing, and Nancy Jackson, from Jamaica, who are "as close as sisters", arrived early at the Royal Pavilion Gardens to make sure they had a good spot. The couple will have 76 engagements during their time in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand-and apparently they're traveling with a veritable fleet of royal aides.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kick off their tour in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday October 16.