Prince Harry and Meghan Markle meet and greet on Opera House walkabout

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Kensington Palace has announced that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their first baby in spring 2019.

This royal couple is on a 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga that had already been keenly watched but is now set to be a media frenzy that will test Australia's large contingent of royal-skeptic republicans.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex walk with Australia's Governor General Peter Cosgrove at Admiralty House on October 16, 2018 in Sydney.

Dunne first managed to get a smooch with Harry after he wrapped up a stint with the Australian army in 2015.

The royal couple announced Meghan's pregnancy Monday, just hours after she and Harry landed in Sydney.

The new royal baby is expected to take the surname Sussex in the same way that Prince William's children, George, Charlotte, and Louis have taken his title Cambridge as their last name at school and nursery.

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Likewise, a source tells ET that on Oct 1st Samantha and boyfriend Mark Phillips were seen outside Kensington Palace. Markle eventually left - "fuming", reports The Mirror - after presenting the officer with a letter.

"I've seen your shoes, they're very cool", Prince Harry said "Have you dyed your hair a shade of pink?"

"I've been following them since the wedding", 90-year-old retiree Edward Atkinson told Agence France-Presse, adding that he would be looking out for any signs of Meghan's pregnancy.

Dunne later said Meghan told her "she had heard all about me; she's so handsome".

Australia's Governor-General presented the Duke and Duchess with their first baby gifts.

War widow Daphne Dunne, 98, has come out to greet Prince Harry numerous times, come rain or shine, and has created a special bond with the royal.

Meghan jumped at the moment, "Yes, of course", she said as she pecked the cheek of Daphne.

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Several of them congratulated the couple on their baby news, with Meghan, dressed in a form-fitting, sleeveless white dress by the Australian designer, Karen Gee, replying: "Thank you so much".

The Royal Tour wouldn't be complete without a visit from the woman who famously stole Prince Harry's heart.

During an earlier attempt to give the Duke and Duchess of Sussex the flowers outside Admiralty House, police told de Groot he would be "crash tackled" by security if he got too close. "And soon have a bubba", she said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went on a walkabout Tuesday. The games founded by Harry are an global paralympic-style event for military personnel wounded in action.

The Sydney Morning Herald ran the headline: "A smooth ride to Sydney, but royals reveal bump on the way".

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