Meghan Markle Wears Bump-Hugging Dress on Royal Tour

Meghan Duchess of Sussex gets a hug and a bouquet of flowers from 5-year-old Luke Vincent

Meghan Duchess of Sussex gets a hug and a bouquet of flowers from 5-year-old Luke Vincent

"Her mom's a yoga teacher, and she was talking about how yoga's her escape".

According to Rebecca English, the Daily Mail's royal correspondent and person lucky enough to taste Meghan's bread, it came with chocolate chips and a bit of ginger, and tasted "rather nice".

In one of the sweetest moments from the tour, Harry was greeted by one of his long-time admirers.

Earlier today, five-year-old Luke Vincent stole the show after he hugged Prince Harry and stroked his beard.

She said: "Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag".

Not par for the course! Huge alligator spotted on golf fairway
Chubbs was first spotted in 2016 at the Buffalo Creek Golf Course in the Manatee County city of Palmetto on Florida's west coast. Sage Stryczny captured the short video of the large gator soaking up some sunshine and posted it to his Facebook page Saturday.

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very welcome visitors" the group said at the start of the trip, pointedly adding that "Australians of all ages know the difference between this wonderful event and the questions of our nation's identity and future".

So far, the most popular greeting to the expectant parents is simply "congratulations!", although plenty of teenage girls also launched into enthusiastic rounds of "Harry, Harry, Harry!" as the popular prince passed.

While holding hands in public wouldn't be unusual for these two, they really couldn't keep their hands off one other during the outing.

A pregnant Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry arrived in Sydney's Bondi Beach on Friday to screams and cheers from royal fans. The royal couple has another packed schedule, including a ride on one of the city's iconic trams.

Meeting Meghan at a reception in Sydney hosted by the Governor-General, Missy wrote: "What an honour to meet the lovely Duchess today!".

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