Harry, meanwhile, looked sharp in a black suit.
Waiting for Prince Harry and Meghan's public walkabout, young Harry said he didn't quite know what to say if he got the chance to speak to the royals.
But it was the Duchess of Sussex who seemed dazzled during her lengthy chat with Daphne, repeatedly exclaiming "how sweet" before saying she hoped to introduce her to their "little one" next time they were in town. They are due to jet off to New Zealand on Sunday, where they will carry on their tour - let the outfit changes continue...
The principal of Tupou College, where Prince Harry and Meghan yesterday unveiled two new dedicated areas of preserved rainforest, said the health authorities had sprayed an unspecified chemical in the area twice in the two days preceding the arrival of the couple. Good evening, Sydney, and those watching around the world'.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier.
"During this year's Games in Sydney I've witnessed the most awesome support networks that surround competitors, and I've had the privilege of meeting several of these family and friends", she added.More news: Retired veteran claims $1 million Powerball ticket in Madison
Prince Harry and other members of the Royal family have mastered the intimate greeting on several occasions, but this is not the first time for Meghan either.
The couple presented awards to people involved in conservation and Harry gave a speech in which he sweetly quoted his father, Prince Charles, whom he referred to as a "well-known conservationist".
"He told us he'd love to sign them but he wasn't allowed to", Mr Irish said.
Meanwhile, the Duke of Sussex commended a Dutch veteran for consoling an opponent whose post-traumatic stress was triggered when a helicopter flew overhead at Sydney's Invictus Games - for wounded military personnel.
Beckham, an ambassador for the Games, has spoken of the power of sport.
Greta Crowe, 11, said she answered that the best part of Guides was getting to meet them.