Is Meghan Markle traveling with a glam squad?

Prince Harry and Meghan visit a local farming family the Woodleys in Dubbo

Image Harry and Meghan visit a local farming family the Woodleys

Charlie Wolf, 12, asked the Duchess if she'd picked out a name for her unborn child, and she replied, "We've been given a long list of names from everyone".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex headed to Melbourne for the third day of their visit to Australia, and Meghan debuted two new dresses for a day of engagements that saw them attend a reception at Government House, visit a café and a school, chatting with students on a tram ride, and hitting the beach.

After making a fuss over him, she joked to one of the guests: "Everyone know [dogs are] my Achilles' heel!"

The Royal Couple will tour Fiji from next Tuesday till next Thursday.

Katie Baylis, a Betfair spokesperson, said: "At this stage Diana, Arthur and Alice, which was favourite at different stages for Kate and William's babies, are the 12/1 front-runners".

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An Australian mum said the duke admitted upon meeting her he liked her daughter's name, Harriet.

Meghan Markle got a fright during her Melbourne trip.

It's only fair that Meghan helped Williams boost sales: She's just returning the favor after the athlete promoted Together: Our Community Cookbook, which the duchess has taken on as her pet project.

The happy news is believed to have "overshadowed" Princess Eugenie's big day, according to the Daily Star - a feeling shared by some social media users.

As Harry and Meghan greeted well-wishers in Melbourne, morning show hosts Fifi, Fev and Byron of Fox 101.9 had a plan in place, with numerous members of the crowd secretly enlisted to sing a very special musical number in honour of the couple's visit: Ben E. King's "Stand By Me", the newlywed's royal wedding song.

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