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Meghan Markle wears a pair of $199 Australian jeans, boots and a blazer from her friend Serena Willi

Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan were warmly welcomed to Dubbo by a procession of local school children.

Harry and Meghan spent the day visiting a Royal Flying Doctor Service base, a drought-stricken farm and a school.

Royal fans braved the rain to meet the newlywed couple at a community barbecue.

The Duchess of Sussex even presented banana bread she'd made in Sydney.

In his speech at the event, Prince Harry talked about mental health battles amid tough times - with Harry admitting he'd had to ask for help in the past.

The couple then flew back to Sydney on their private plane

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My view: So this is Meghan Markle's real job, promoting friends and pals clothing line, so how much was she reportedly paid for advertising the papa's inspired blazer by her friend Serena Williams and other designers, as royals are not allowed to accept gifts. And no wonder she's deliberately shunning British designers. If the couple are there for the Invictus game, why didn't day travel a day before the actual event starts instead of saturating the media and boring people with their attention seeking media blizt. Meghan and Harry are behaving more like reality celebs than royals. They are all over the place, give us a break and let Eugenie and Beatrice do the remaining royal tour. Enough already, it's getting boring now. President Trump is yet to congratulate Meghan and Harry.

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