Duchess Meghan Markle baked her own banana bread in Australia

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The schoolboy loves Santa Claus, which explains his love for Prince Harry's facial hair.

"We can only thank him so much for treating Luke with such respect who didn't understand the situation". And now his next favourite is Prince Harry.

Prince Harry has cheekily mocked a camera-shy young girl who refused to pose for a photograph with the visiting royal.

The school principal admitted that the royal couple's visit was a "real morale boost" for the families and children there.

"When she heard she was coming to a family home, she had to bring a plate, so it was lovely", farmer Elaine Woodley said, referring to a dish to be shared.

"But the duke said there's never too many bananas", she added.

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

"I think my friend Luke embodies that whole notion of acceptance and kindness and innocent and beauty".

They spent 15 minutes hugging and chatting to the children, with one boy telling Prince Harry he wanted to be a helicopter pilot when he grows up.

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Prince Harry and Meghan, on their first worldwide tour since marrying in May, also visited the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Dubbo.

They ended the day with a visit to the Dubbo College Senior Campus.

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There were huge crowds waiting to greet the couple at the airport, as they've no doubt come to expect.

"The face you make when you and Duchess of Sussex Meghan have matching @serena blazers", she captioned a photo of Meghan.

Daniella Clews, 12, and Sovanah Doherty, 11 from Dubbo West School also got hugs from the couple.

Five-year-old Lyra Rose, of Dubbo South Public School, said: "It's the first time I have met a princess and I will remember it forever".

Duchess Meghan - who is expecting her first baby with husband Prince Harry in the spring - said she had been feeling a bit exhausted but will continue with all 76 of the engagements of her 16-day tour of the Commonwealth.

A man was arrested by police and put in handcuffs at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne on Thursday morning.

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Prince Charles' wife, Camilla, missed the wedding because of other commitments. There were also crowds of well-wishers on the streets outside the castle.