Duchess Down Under: Meghan in Melbourne

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The couple arrived in Melbourne on Thursday for day three of their Royal tour in Australia.

The pair will only spend a few hours in Melbourne, but had a jam-packed schedule that included a meal featuring native Australian foods and a trip to a beach. As a matter of fact, royal critics have noticed that the sisters often look unhappy or frustrated whenever they are photographed behind the Duchess of Cambridge at family gatherings and royal events.

A teenage girl cried tears of joy and threw her arms around the prince as she clutched a hand-written banner with the words: "Been here since 4am".

During the tram ride, Ella also asked the former Suits star what she likes to do in her spare time, with Meghan sharing that she enjoys "relaxing and watching TV shows", but when asked to name her favourite, she noted, "There's heaps, I can't think of a specific one".

The duchess wore an $US873 sleeveless navy blue dress by Dion Lee.

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

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It's only fair that Meghan helped Williams boost sales: She's just returning the favor after the athlete promoted Together: Our Community Cookbook, which the duchess has taken on as her pet project.

After meeting huge crowds of well-wishers, the couple were treated to a fitness display in the grounds of the city's Government House.

Later the couple raced miniature F1 cars before visiting South Melbourne Beach.

Williams has previously hailed her "wonderful" friendship with Meghan and attended her wedding with Harry in May.

Markle and Harry will be on their royal tour until October 31.