"She'd never seen cotton used in flower arrangements before so when someone handed her a bouquet with cotton in it she turned to one of her minders said how lovely it was", she said.
"When I found out Suits had been picked up for our third season - which, at the time, felt like such a milestone - I totally splurged and bought the two-tone version [of the watch]", she said of the timepiece, which starts at $5,500, in 2015.
The RFDS, the world's first flying doctors service, has provided critical healthcare to remote, rural Australian communities for 90 years.
Accompanied by the family, the Royals took a tour through the property, helping feed livestock. "We're going to sit down and have a look at them".
Excited school children jumped up and down waving Australian flags as the royal couple stepped onto the tarmac. "You are the backbone of this country", Harry told the small crowd as Meghan held an umbrella over him - a rare outbreak of rain in a region that has suffered for multiple seasons.
Tfw you're just not that into colonialism.
Prince Harry has urged the people of Dubbo battling drought to seek the support they need, saying in his own darkest hours asking for help was the best thing he ever did.
What is an Oura Ring, you ask? But it was one meeting in particular that made everything else disappear.
Harry was first spotted wearing the ring during the tour; he didn't have it on at the nuptials of his cousin Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank on October 12.
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