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Harry loses it when spotting "mini-me" Meghan lookalike in Sydney crowd

Harry loses it when spotting

Markle's jean of choice was Outland Denim's Harriet jean in black, which Bartle reveals he sent two sizes over to accommodate the Duchess's growing baby bump and is a best-selling style of the brand.

The mum-to-be clearly delighted the waiting children - none more than five-year-old Luke Vincent.

The school's principal, Anne Van Dartel, said that Luke had been transfixed with Harry's facial hair.

This trip marks the sixth time members of the royal family have visited Dubbo.

During their first royal tour as as newlyweds, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, greeted well-wishers outside Australia's Sydney Opera House.

"The way that Prince Harry and Princess Meghan interacted with him was just delightful.I know that the school was watching it back here and there wasn't a dry eye in the school".

The kindergartner, who has Down Syndrome, was so chuffed to meet Harry and Meghan that he couldn't stop himself from reaching out and stroking the Duke's beard.

Prince Harry is now Luke's favourite person alongside Santa Claus.

Hello! magazine's royal editor Emily Nash said the banana bread was "rustled up last night in the kitchen at Admiralty House" in Sydney.

During their second day of engagements, Meghan admitted that she was "running on adrenaline" and feeling "a bit exhausted", but added that she's doing "pretty well so far", according to several royal reporters.

Her name is Daphne Dunne, and the 98-year-old has actually met Prince Harry twice before.

"All you need to do is ask for it - your neighbour, your peer, your fellow farmer is literally right around the corner", he said, noting higher suicide rates in rural Australia. He also met her again in 2017. The tennis star was quick to post matching pictures of the pair in the same jacket.