Harry and Meghan spent their first day in Sydney getting close to wildlife, including meeting two namesake joeys, and were greeted by hundreds of well-wishers outside the famous Opera House.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeting the crowds outside the Sydney Opera House, when Harry spotted a familiar face.
During this tour, they will visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
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"Here's your first gift for the nursery", the governor-general told the couple during a welcome ceremony at his official residence, Admiralty House. Meghan excitedly came over, with her arms wide to embrace Daphne.
"He heard the news before it was made public and was overjoyed. Thank you for the incredibly warm welcome and the chance to meet so many Aussies from all walks of life".
War widow Mrs Dunne's first husband, Lieutenant Albert Chowne, died aged 25 in 1945 during an attack on a Japanese machine gun post in Papua New Guinea.
The newest royal baby will be seventh in line to the throne, behind Harry, who is sixth.
"Then he asked me if I wanted to meet his wife so I said "yes" and then he asked me if I wanted him to take a photo of me and Meghan". Meghan said, while Harry was handed a pair of Ugg boots, which he described as "awesome".
Sue said she considers the younger royals "very much" vital to the family's ongoing role in Australia and the world.
Her mum Rachelle Gibbons said: "Sethunya is very excited to be Meghan's mini me".
The couple later traveled by boat to Taronga Park Zoo where they opened a research center and met two 10-month old koalas that had been named after them.