Meghan, who, with her husband Prince Harry, is embarking on her first full-scale official royal tour, told a fellow mother on Wednesday that so far she is "running on adrenaline".
"And did we meet Prince Harry yesterday?"
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"And they said Meghan was lucky to marry a Prince, I think the Prince was lucky to find her!" another agreed.
Her bread was served alongside English tea as they spoke to local farmers about the impact the drought has had on their work.
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Meghan and Harry were spotted wearing matching outfits when they boarded their flight for Melbourne from Sydney airport.
"You have just lived through two years of drought and despite recent welcome rain, it is going to take a lot more and a long time to recover".
On Monday the pair will go to Queensland´s Fraser Island, the world´s largest sand island, before jetting off to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
"You are all in this together and, if I may speak personally, we are all in this together", Harry said.
While visiting the community, Meghan helped feed some cows and joined a local family for lunch, bringing along her own freshly baked banana bread.
The team of doctors said meeting Prince Harry and Meghan was a welcome change of pace.
"A smile, a wave. a hint of the baby's name, an invitation to the pub", she said.