Royals Harry and Meghan go barefoot on Bondi beach

Harry and Meghan's royal tour of Australia took in a visit to a struggling, drought-stricken farming area of New South Wales Wednesday, after stopping by the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) - a lifeline for many in the vast, rural areas the state - to unveil a new aircraft.

The Duchess of Sussex got a little more than she bargained for during a reception at Melbourne's Government House!

This morning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went to a cloudy Bondi Beach for an anti-bad-vibes circle (classic Bondi), and behold: this guy's golden trousers stole the show.

"I hope my dad is included and at a proper time".

VideoWATCH: 5-year-old Luke Vincent from Buninyong Public School has stolen the show, giving Prince Harry a big hug and stroking his beard.

For the 15,000 strong crowd, the visit was a desperately needed boost to morale.

Meghan is greeted by schoolchildren following her arrival in Dubbo
Royals Harry and Meghan visit drought-stricken area of New South Wales on Australia tour

Harry and Meghan are meeting members of One Wave, a surfing community group, as they take part in "Fluro Friday".

Fellow farmer Penny Blatchford from Gurley said Prince Harry's time jackarooing on a farm near Roma in Queensland meant he understood country people.

"Oh my goodness", was Meghan's reaction as a yet unidentified fan handed her a bunch of carrots.

"As soon as I introduced my daughter to Harry, he said, 'That's a great name, '" the proud parent said.

After the news was announced she said that she was disappointed her dad wasn't included in the statement. and now, she has given another interview saying everything she has been saying has been misunderstood.

So far the Duchess has worn three Aussie designed dresses on the tour, including a navy dress by Dion Lee, which she wore in Melbourne yesterday, and a white Karen Gee dress for her first engagement in Sydney.

  • Rogelio Becker