Meghan Markle and Prince Harry talk baby names on Melbourne tram

Joann Johnston
October 20, 2018

The new exhibition will celebrate the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, featuring the bride's wedding outfit and an identical copy of the groom's uniform. She was lucky enough to even receive a hug from the Prince. It was a big surprise, ' a man called Arthur told Daily Mail Australia.

The couple have also met members of the public gathered at the popular eastern Sydney beach.

The duchess is wearing another outfit by an Australian designer, this time choosing a striped dress by Martin Grant.

A 12-year-old boy named Charlie Wolf asked the question the world wants to know the answer to while Meghan and Harry travelled on a Melbourne tram.

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The extension includes a water cascade on the southern side.

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But following the Great Depression, the finances were not available to make Mr Dellitt's vision - including a four-tier cascading waterfall on the Liverpool Street side of the monument - a reality.

Kensington Palace has revealed that their trip "will focus on youth leadership, and projects being undertaken by young people to address the social, economic, and environmental challenges of the region". Harry then scaled 1,300 steps to the top of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge to kick off the fourth Invictus Games.

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