Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex touched down in Dubbo this morning ready for the second day of their royal tour.
Both looked incredibly happy to be in the rural city and seemed to command the weather gods as the earlier rain disappeared for blue skies and sun.
The Duchess was wearing another Aussie designer - Outlander - jeans, a crisp white shirt from Maison Kitsune, boots from US chain store J Crew, a long tailored jacket from friend and tennis star Serena Williams' Collection and a necklace by Natalie Martin.
She wore her hair in a chic pony tail and the mum-to-be couldn't stop smiling at all the children there to meet her, who in turn were cheering and clapping.
After their official greeting, the couple walked across the airport to the nearby Royal Flying Doctors Service hangar, meeting children from local public schools.
Millie Sutcliffe, 10, said she had told Meghan she loved her and was rewarded with hugs from both Meghan and Harry.
Daniella Clews, 12, and Sovana Doherty, 11, from Dubbo West School also got hugs from the couple.
"I am shaking, it was amazing, I am speechless," Sovanah said afterwards.
"I am shocked, it's a once in a lifetime chance," Daniella added.
"Meghan just put her arms out to me. I am so excited. This is the best day of my life," she said.
At the end of the line of excited children was Luke Vincent, five, from Buninyong School.
Luke's "favourite person in the world is Father Christmas" so it was no surprise that he loved Harry's beard, which he stroked with glee.
He then gave Harry a big hug and when he met Meghan she too was gifted a beautiful long embrace from affectionate Luke.
Watch the sweet moment in the video above.
The Duke and Duchess then headed to the nearby hangar of The Royal Flying Doctor Service for a naming dedication and unveiling of a new RFDS plane as part of celebrations for 90 years of the vitally important healthcare service which provides a lifeline to people living in rural and remote Australia.
There they met RFDS staff and doctors, as well as people who have benefited from the service.
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