Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue to win our hearts over and over again with their lovely gestures, and they are showering us cuteness as they continue on their Australia tour.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to the Woodley family, who owns a farm at mountain Dubbo, Australia.
They came by for tea, and out of Meghan’s magnanimity, she brought her special homemade banana bread and a tin of Fortnum & Mason Royal Blend tea as a token of appreciation. The Duchess was happy to announce that she had made the bread herself, as it was her recipe from the kitchen of Admiralty House in Sydney.
Meghan has always been a great cook, and she once had a personal blog where she shared her recipes and secrets.
She recently released a charity cookbook, Together: Our Community Cookbook, which features recipes from a group of women whose community was affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in London. She impressed everyone with her specials. She said once that, if you go to someone’s house, you should always take something, so she did.
Visiting a farmrun by the Woodley family in Dubbo today, Meghan took a home made banana bread with her as a gift. It went quite quickly pic.twitter.com/K6CCjcvOvP— Hannah Furness (@Hannah_Furness) October 17, 2018
Meghan also revealed that she was worried about putting too many bananas in it, but the Duke calmed her fears saying,
“there’s never too many bananas.”
Besides baking, Markle was enthusiastic about her first royal tour.
Not only did they visit the Woodley’s farm, but she and Harry also accompanied local school children and stormed the community picnic in Victoria Park.
According to English Today, the Duchess said she's currently
"running on adrenaline"
but that she is
"pretty well, so far."
Currently, she's trying to work according to the plan, so it will enable her to move on to Melbourne for an official reception at Government House, and pay a visit to a social enterprise cafe, a local school, and South Melbourne beach.
Don’t you just love these two?