Prince Harry and Meghan start Aussie tour with baby gifts

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The announcement of the Duchess's pregnancy looks set to ensure those with smiles will outnumber any locals with frowns. "Thank you for the incredibly warm welcome and the chance to meet so many Aussies from all walks of life". They will be travelling to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand thereafter, reported E!

Meghan, 37, was seen beaming as she and Harry, 34, held hands as they walked out of the airport and hopped into a waiting auto. She explained that her first husband Albert Chowne had been given the highest award in the British honors system after he died in Papua New Guinea in 1945.

Lorraine Kelly was seen watching a clip of the cat on Tuesday's episode, a day after Meghan and Harry's baby news was confirmed.

"Oh my goodness, is this Daphne?"

Mrs Dunne said: "It was lovely to meet the duchess, Meghan".

"I wished them well with the baby on the way and said this is what Harry has been waiting for so long", Dunne added.

The trip, their first outside the United Kingdom and Ireland, will officially begin on Tuesday and will see the couple watch the Invictus Games, visit a Sydney zoo and visit the rural Flying Doctor service.

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Royal expert Victoria Arbiter explained that throwing a lavish baby shower is unheard of for members of the royal family.

Harry founded the Games - which is a Paralympic-style event for soldiers wounded in action.

Several of the representatives congratulated the couple on their baby news. "We are very excited".

"You remind me so much of myself when I was younger".

The couple travelled to the city's Taronga Zoo where they opened the new Institute of Science and Learning before getting up close and personal to native animals including koalas.

They watched an indigenous dance company rehearse inside the Opera House before meeting the public.

Prince Charles is first after Queen Elizabeth, followed by Prince William and his three children with wife Kate Middleton.