Duchess Meghan Markle baked her own banana bread in Australia

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Daily Mail Royal Correspondent Rebecca English reported that the banana bread featured ginger and chocolate chips, which sounds delicious - but no word on whether the recipe in question originally featured on Meghan's now-defunct blog The Tig (RIP).

The Duchess of Sussex will give birth to her first child in Spring 2019.

Her name is Daphne Dunne, and the 98-year-old has actually met Prince Harry twice before.

School principal Anne Van Darrel said the youngster was mesmerised with Harry's facial hair. And now his next favourite is Prince Harry. Three years ago, Prince Harry noticed Dunne while greeting fans outside the Sydney Opera House.

They finished their day in Dubbo by visiting a local school which works to prove the education outcomes of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. She reportedly spent last night making the treat at Admiralty House.

As they arrived, it started to pour but that didn't stop the prince from addressing the crowd.

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

Family member Emily Carroll said: "Meghan told me that she's feeling pretty good so far, which is great, and that she's running on adrenaline".

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She said: "The baby will be intelligent, funny, cute as a button and I think really funny and loving between Harry and Meg".

In fact, they looked like they came straight out of a deleted scene from The Notebook on the latest leg of their Australian royal visit.

"He offered to stay for two weeks so we could have some more of the rain".

DUBBO, Australia: A heart-melting hug from a five-year-old Australian schoolboy greeted Harry and his expectant wife Meghan in the outback Australian town of Dubbo Wednesday, before the royal couple sat down with farmers in one of the country´s hardest-hit drought regions.

In the afternoon, the duke and duchess visited Dubbo College.

Ms Sandow used the candid moment to add, "The flies are friendly in Dubbo!" as Harry comically tried to keep them away.

"I am shaking, it was awesome, I am speechless", Sovanah said afterwards.