Meghan holds an umbrella for Harry as he speaks in Dubbo

The Duchess and her husband Prince Harry were in Dubbo, Australia, on the second day of their historic first international tour together which will also take them to New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga over 16 days. Meghan admitted early pregnancy has left her a ‘bit tired’ and she is ‘running on adrenaline’ but showed no sign of fatigue as she threw herself into her royal duties. The couple were mobbed by excited school children at Dubbo Senior College (pictured), which specialises in improving the educational outcomes of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who hailed ‘role model’ Meghan. Kieasha Ross, 17, said: ‘Us being Aboriginal girls and her being of a different race and being accepted into the Royal Family shows us anyone can be accepted. It’s great that someone who’s bi-racial and American can do this [marry into the Royal Family]. It makes her a role model.’ Earlier the Duchess shielded Prince Harry from torrential rain and when the local mayor offered the prince his umbrella, Harry smiled and said: ‘It’s all right, I’ve got my wife’. This tender moment came after a community BBQ where guests got to try a loaf of the Duchess’ banana bread, which she baked in the kitchen at Admiralty House, Sydney, before flying to Dubbo.

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