Meghan Markle's sister breaks silence on royal pregnancy

Calvin Saunders
October 17, 2018

While that's already quite a fitting gift for a tiny royal-to-be (ET discovered it retails for around US$6,900), it's what she says next that might clue us in to Meghan and Harry's baby name choices.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex delighted a long line of school children at the airport in Dubbo, about 300km northwest of Sydney, on Wednesday shaking hands and posing for selfies.

The youngster, who was sporting green glasses and a checkered cap with his school uniform, then handed the Duchess of Sussex a bouquet of flowers, before throwing his arms around her as well. Prince Harry told the thousands who had come out to see the royal couple in Dubbo, about 300 km (185 miles) northwest of Sydney.

Numerous pupils clutched signs welcoming the royals, and presented Meghan with bouquets as she met with them.

Kensington Palace announced Meghan's pregnancy via a statement on Monday that referenced Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, but made no mention of Thomas.

He said being in Dubbo "brings back memories of 2003, when I spent time jackarooing [working] on a small 16,000 hectare property" in Queensland.

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On a dreary rainy day in the capital like today, the announcement serves as the flawless dose of feel-good news to help pick up our moods. "It is in the best interest of the baby for my dad to be included", Samantha Markle said. A baby changes everything and softens everyone.

Harry and Meghan were flourished with hugs and happy cheers as the kiddos excitedly met the royal couple.

Addressing a small audience, Harry thanked everyone for their warm welcome as well as the well wishes received after announcing he and Meghan are expecting their first child.

The royal couple was due to meet Richard and Margaret Woodley as part of the Picnic in the Park portion of the second day of their Australian visit.

Today, the royals flew to Dubbo to meet with the Royal Flying Doctor Service and farmers struggling with persistent drought.

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