Another little one, 10-year-old Courtney Pistone, gifted Meghan a stuffed bear.
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"Meghan was right behind him and was playfully tickling her toes and said how sweet it was that I'd brought her out today".
As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their way to Government House in Melbourne on Thursday, a choir start belting out the couple's wedding song Stand by Me. That day, they also tried chargrilled kangaroo and had a go at Aussie rules football.
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"My dad is from Yorkshire in England and I really love Harry and Meghan, so after I promised to make a flag to give to them, my mum said she would take me".
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"I'm not sure I will be good", she nervously laughed as she delicately threw the ball to one of the women. That's a pretty incredible thing for anybody to do.
While visiting, the royal pair were entertained by the "F1 in Schools" team who put on a toy vehicle race display, even giving the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a chance to play.
Clutching flowers and waving flags, the screaming crowds turned out to welcome the pair, who were delayed in traffic after flying in from Sydney on the third day of their tour Down Under.